The CEO of a company that has been an advertiser on Donald Trump’s NBC reality show “Celebrity Apprentice” says, ‘I wouldn’t spend another nickel with them,” TMZ.com reports.
The reason: He’s upset about a hunting trip to Zimbabwe by Trump’s sons, Donald Jr. and Eric, in which they killed a number of animals, including an elephant, a crocodile, a civet cat and a waterbuck, the story reports.
The sponsor is Camping World, which has been airing spots on the show this season. Company CEO Marcus Lemonis responded to seeing photos of the kill from the safari, telling the website: “I am totally disgusted by the [hunting] pics I have seen and was surprised to see them. … Money is spent, but wow, I’m really shocked."