Publishers have started to deny platforms and endorsements for Trump and his key allies.
Simon & Schuster canceled plans to publish a book by Sen. Josh Hawley (R-Mo.), who aided Trump’s efforts to overturn the election and pumped his fist at Trump supporters who later stormed the Capitol.
The editorial board of The Wall Street Journal called on Trump to resign this week.
Academic and professional institutions are turning their backs on Trump, too.
On Friday, Lehigh’s Board of Trustees announced it would rescind and revoke Trump’s 1988 honorary degree.
A slew of trade groups, including the National Association of Manufacturers, which typically supports conservative trade policies, slammed rioters Wednesday and called out Trump for egging on the rioters.