No Fortune 100 CEOs back Trump

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The lack of financial support from the country’s top executives is a stark contrast from 2012, when nearly a third of Fortune 100 CEOs contributed to 2012 Republican nominee Mitt Romney.  

The Journal found that 19 of the country’s top CEOs donated to other Republican primary candidates this presidential cycle.

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Clinton’s Fortune 100 CEO supporters, including Apple’s Tim Cook and American Airlines’ Doug Parker, have given her a total of more than $30,000.