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Rand Paul Calls Out Donald Trump, Says His Kids Did Not Work at the ‘Local Pizza Hut’

Rand Paul Calls Out Donald Trump, Says His Kids Did Not Work at the ‘Local Pizza Hut’

The two Republican presidential candidates butt heads

Rand Paul and Donald Trump are both Republican candidates for the 2016 presidential election.

Senator Rand Paul, R-Kentucky, fought back after Donald Trump called him a “spoiled brat.” On August 11, Paul said that Trump’s kids have lived a life of privilege.

Paul, a 2016 Republican presidential candidate, was campaigning at Riley’s Gun Shop in Hooksett, New Hampshire, when he told reporters that Trump’s kids did not grow up “working at the local Pizza Hut.”

“If we're talking about who's a spoiled brat or not, my two kids all work minimum-wage jobs,” Paul told reporters. “Do you think the Trump kids have been working at the local Pizza Hut? So I live a pretty ordinary life, and I'm not begrudging him his wealth, but there's nothing about me or my family that's spoiled.”

Paul also criticized Trump himself, calling him a “fake conservative.” He went on to say, “I've worked from a young age, my kids all work, and we're proud of them for working minimum-wage jobs, delivering pizzas, working in a pizza place, working in a call center, all my boys work and they've worked and we're proud of them for working.” Paul has three sons.

“[Trump] calls people fat and stupid and that's kind of funny, but do we really want a reality TV star to be in charge of our country and our economy?” Paul said.


  • Ivanka Trump posted a photo to social media Tuesday night showing her holding a can of Goya beans to show her support for the company
  • 'If it's Goya, it has to be good,' she wrote in English and Spanish
  • But federal ethics laws prohibits government employees from promoting private companies leading to calls for an ethics probe into first daughter
  • Goya and its CEO Robert Unanue came under fire after Unanue praised President Trump at a White House event, saying U.S. is 'truly blessed' to have him

Published: 14:22 BST, 15 July 2020 | Updated: 18:06 BST, 15 July 2020

Ivanka Trump posted a photo to social media Tuesday night showing her holding a can of Goya beans and offering her support for the brand, prompting concerns she violated government ethics rules by endorsing the company.

The first daughter, who serves as an adviser to President Donald Trump, posted the image of her smiling, holding a can of black beans with the distinctive blue Goya label, and the words: 'If it's Goya, it has to be good.' She also included the Spanish translation.

But federal ethics laws prohibits government employees from promoting private companies and their products.

'An employee shall not use or permit the use of his Government position or title or any authority associated with his public office to endorse any product, service or enterprise,' the law reads.

The White House argued Ivanka Trump 'has every right to express her personal support' for the company.

'Only the media and the cancel culture movement would criticize Ivanka for showing her personal support for a company that has been unfairly mocked, boycotted and ridiculed for supporting this administration - one that has consistently fought for and delivered for the Hispanic community. Ivanka is proud of this strong, Hispanic-owned business with deep roots in the U.S. and has every right to express her personal support,' said spokesperson Carolina Hurley.

Critics called for an ethics probe of Ivanka Trump after the first daughter posted the above photo to her social media accounts - federal ethics laws prohibit government employees from endorsing private companies

Ivanka Trump was showing her support for Goya and the company and its CEO Robert Unanue came under fire after Unanue praised President Trump at a White House event

Goya Foods and its CEO Robert Unanue came under fire after Unanue appeared at a Hispanic leaders event last week at the White House with President Trump, who he praised repeatedly, saying 'we're all truly blessed' to have him as president.

Almost immediately afterward, #BoycottGoya, #GoyaFoods and #Goyaway began trending on social media platforms.

Several big names weighed in on the debate, citing Trump's history of derogatory comments and harsh policies toward Hispanics, most notably, the administration's policy of separating immigrant families at the US-Mexico border.

Critics also pounced on Ivanka Trump's posting and questions were raised as to whether there should be an ethics probe into the first daughter's actions.


  • Ivanka Trump posted a photo to social media Tuesday night showing her holding a can of Goya beans to show her support for the company
  • 'If it's Goya, it has to be good,' she wrote in English and Spanish
  • But federal ethics laws prohibits government employees from promoting private companies leading to calls for an ethics probe into first daughter
  • Goya and its CEO Robert Unanue came under fire after Unanue praised President Trump at a White House event, saying U.S. is 'truly blessed' to have him

Published: 14:22 BST, 15 July 2020 | Updated: 18:06 BST, 15 July 2020

Ivanka Trump posted a photo to social media Tuesday night showing her holding a can of Goya beans and offering her support for the brand, prompting concerns she violated government ethics rules by endorsing the company.

The first daughter, who serves as an adviser to President Donald Trump, posted the image of her smiling, holding a can of black beans with the distinctive blue Goya label, and the words: 'If it's Goya, it has to be good.' She also included the Spanish translation.

But federal ethics laws prohibits government employees from promoting private companies and their products.

'An employee shall not use or permit the use of his Government position or title or any authority associated with his public office to endorse any product, service or enterprise,' the law reads.

The White House argued Ivanka Trump 'has every right to express her personal support' for the company.

'Only the media and the cancel culture movement would criticize Ivanka for showing her personal support for a company that has been unfairly mocked, boycotted and ridiculed for supporting this administration - one that has consistently fought for and delivered for the Hispanic community. Ivanka is proud of this strong, Hispanic-owned business with deep roots in the U.S. and has every right to express her personal support,' said spokesperson Carolina Hurley.

Critics called for an ethics probe of Ivanka Trump after the first daughter posted the above photo to her social media accounts - federal ethics laws prohibit government employees from endorsing private companies

Ivanka Trump was showing her support for Goya and the company and its CEO Robert Unanue came under fire after Unanue praised President Trump at a White House event

Goya Foods and its CEO Robert Unanue came under fire after Unanue appeared at a Hispanic leaders event last week at the White House with President Trump, who he praised repeatedly, saying 'we're all truly blessed' to have him as president.

Almost immediately afterward, #BoycottGoya, #GoyaFoods and #Goyaway began trending on social media platforms.

Several big names weighed in on the debate, citing Trump's history of derogatory comments and harsh policies toward Hispanics, most notably, the administration's policy of separating immigrant families at the US-Mexico border.

Critics also pounced on Ivanka Trump's posting and questions were raised as to whether there should be an ethics probe into the first daughter's actions.


  • Ivanka Trump posted a photo to social media Tuesday night showing her holding a can of Goya beans to show her support for the company
  • 'If it's Goya, it has to be good,' she wrote in English and Spanish
  • But federal ethics laws prohibits government employees from promoting private companies leading to calls for an ethics probe into first daughter
  • Goya and its CEO Robert Unanue came under fire after Unanue praised President Trump at a White House event, saying U.S. is 'truly blessed' to have him

Published: 14:22 BST, 15 July 2020 | Updated: 18:06 BST, 15 July 2020

Ivanka Trump posted a photo to social media Tuesday night showing her holding a can of Goya beans and offering her support for the brand, prompting concerns she violated government ethics rules by endorsing the company.

The first daughter, who serves as an adviser to President Donald Trump, posted the image of her smiling, holding a can of black beans with the distinctive blue Goya label, and the words: 'If it's Goya, it has to be good.' She also included the Spanish translation.

But federal ethics laws prohibits government employees from promoting private companies and their products.

'An employee shall not use or permit the use of his Government position or title or any authority associated with his public office to endorse any product, service or enterprise,' the law reads.

The White House argued Ivanka Trump 'has every right to express her personal support' for the company.

'Only the media and the cancel culture movement would criticize Ivanka for showing her personal support for a company that has been unfairly mocked, boycotted and ridiculed for supporting this administration - one that has consistently fought for and delivered for the Hispanic community. Ivanka is proud of this strong, Hispanic-owned business with deep roots in the U.S. and has every right to express her personal support,' said spokesperson Carolina Hurley.

Critics called for an ethics probe of Ivanka Trump after the first daughter posted the above photo to her social media accounts - federal ethics laws prohibit government employees from endorsing private companies

Ivanka Trump was showing her support for Goya and the company and its CEO Robert Unanue came under fire after Unanue praised President Trump at a White House event

Goya Foods and its CEO Robert Unanue came under fire after Unanue appeared at a Hispanic leaders event last week at the White House with President Trump, who he praised repeatedly, saying 'we're all truly blessed' to have him as president.

Almost immediately afterward, #BoycottGoya, #GoyaFoods and #Goyaway began trending on social media platforms.

Several big names weighed in on the debate, citing Trump's history of derogatory comments and harsh policies toward Hispanics, most notably, the administration's policy of separating immigrant families at the US-Mexico border.

Critics also pounced on Ivanka Trump's posting and questions were raised as to whether there should be an ethics probe into the first daughter's actions.


  • Ivanka Trump posted a photo to social media Tuesday night showing her holding a can of Goya beans to show her support for the company
  • 'If it's Goya, it has to be good,' she wrote in English and Spanish
  • But federal ethics laws prohibits government employees from promoting private companies leading to calls for an ethics probe into first daughter
  • Goya and its CEO Robert Unanue came under fire after Unanue praised President Trump at a White House event, saying U.S. is 'truly blessed' to have him

Published: 14:22 BST, 15 July 2020 | Updated: 18:06 BST, 15 July 2020

Ivanka Trump posted a photo to social media Tuesday night showing her holding a can of Goya beans and offering her support for the brand, prompting concerns she violated government ethics rules by endorsing the company.

The first daughter, who serves as an adviser to President Donald Trump, posted the image of her smiling, holding a can of black beans with the distinctive blue Goya label, and the words: 'If it's Goya, it has to be good.' She also included the Spanish translation.

But federal ethics laws prohibits government employees from promoting private companies and their products.

'An employee shall not use or permit the use of his Government position or title or any authority associated with his public office to endorse any product, service or enterprise,' the law reads.

The White House argued Ivanka Trump 'has every right to express her personal support' for the company.

'Only the media and the cancel culture movement would criticize Ivanka for showing her personal support for a company that has been unfairly mocked, boycotted and ridiculed for supporting this administration - one that has consistently fought for and delivered for the Hispanic community. Ivanka is proud of this strong, Hispanic-owned business with deep roots in the U.S. and has every right to express her personal support,' said spokesperson Carolina Hurley.

Critics called for an ethics probe of Ivanka Trump after the first daughter posted the above photo to her social media accounts - federal ethics laws prohibit government employees from endorsing private companies

Ivanka Trump was showing her support for Goya and the company and its CEO Robert Unanue came under fire after Unanue praised President Trump at a White House event

Goya Foods and its CEO Robert Unanue came under fire after Unanue appeared at a Hispanic leaders event last week at the White House with President Trump, who he praised repeatedly, saying 'we're all truly blessed' to have him as president.

Almost immediately afterward, #BoycottGoya, #GoyaFoods and #Goyaway began trending on social media platforms.

Several big names weighed in on the debate, citing Trump's history of derogatory comments and harsh policies toward Hispanics, most notably, the administration's policy of separating immigrant families at the US-Mexico border.

Critics also pounced on Ivanka Trump's posting and questions were raised as to whether there should be an ethics probe into the first daughter's actions.


  • Ivanka Trump posted a photo to social media Tuesday night showing her holding a can of Goya beans to show her support for the company
  • 'If it's Goya, it has to be good,' she wrote in English and Spanish
  • But federal ethics laws prohibits government employees from promoting private companies leading to calls for an ethics probe into first daughter
  • Goya and its CEO Robert Unanue came under fire after Unanue praised President Trump at a White House event, saying U.S. is 'truly blessed' to have him

Published: 14:22 BST, 15 July 2020 | Updated: 18:06 BST, 15 July 2020

Ivanka Trump posted a photo to social media Tuesday night showing her holding a can of Goya beans and offering her support for the brand, prompting concerns she violated government ethics rules by endorsing the company.

The first daughter, who serves as an adviser to President Donald Trump, posted the image of her smiling, holding a can of black beans with the distinctive blue Goya label, and the words: 'If it's Goya, it has to be good.' She also included the Spanish translation.

But federal ethics laws prohibits government employees from promoting private companies and their products.

'An employee shall not use or permit the use of his Government position or title or any authority associated with his public office to endorse any product, service or enterprise,' the law reads.

The White House argued Ivanka Trump 'has every right to express her personal support' for the company.

'Only the media and the cancel culture movement would criticize Ivanka for showing her personal support for a company that has been unfairly mocked, boycotted and ridiculed for supporting this administration - one that has consistently fought for and delivered for the Hispanic community. Ivanka is proud of this strong, Hispanic-owned business with deep roots in the U.S. and has every right to express her personal support,' said spokesperson Carolina Hurley.

Critics called for an ethics probe of Ivanka Trump after the first daughter posted the above photo to her social media accounts - federal ethics laws prohibit government employees from endorsing private companies

Ivanka Trump was showing her support for Goya and the company and its CEO Robert Unanue came under fire after Unanue praised President Trump at a White House event

Goya Foods and its CEO Robert Unanue came under fire after Unanue appeared at a Hispanic leaders event last week at the White House with President Trump, who he praised repeatedly, saying 'we're all truly blessed' to have him as president.

Almost immediately afterward, #BoycottGoya, #GoyaFoods and #Goyaway began trending on social media platforms.

Several big names weighed in on the debate, citing Trump's history of derogatory comments and harsh policies toward Hispanics, most notably, the administration's policy of separating immigrant families at the US-Mexico border.

Critics also pounced on Ivanka Trump's posting and questions were raised as to whether there should be an ethics probe into the first daughter's actions.


  • Ivanka Trump posted a photo to social media Tuesday night showing her holding a can of Goya beans to show her support for the company
  • 'If it's Goya, it has to be good,' she wrote in English and Spanish
  • But federal ethics laws prohibits government employees from promoting private companies leading to calls for an ethics probe into first daughter
  • Goya and its CEO Robert Unanue came under fire after Unanue praised President Trump at a White House event, saying U.S. is 'truly blessed' to have him

Published: 14:22 BST, 15 July 2020 | Updated: 18:06 BST, 15 July 2020

Ivanka Trump posted a photo to social media Tuesday night showing her holding a can of Goya beans and offering her support for the brand, prompting concerns she violated government ethics rules by endorsing the company.

The first daughter, who serves as an adviser to President Donald Trump, posted the image of her smiling, holding a can of black beans with the distinctive blue Goya label, and the words: 'If it's Goya, it has to be good.' She also included the Spanish translation.

But federal ethics laws prohibits government employees from promoting private companies and their products.

'An employee shall not use or permit the use of his Government position or title or any authority associated with his public office to endorse any product, service or enterprise,' the law reads.

The White House argued Ivanka Trump 'has every right to express her personal support' for the company.

'Only the media and the cancel culture movement would criticize Ivanka for showing her personal support for a company that has been unfairly mocked, boycotted and ridiculed for supporting this administration - one that has consistently fought for and delivered for the Hispanic community. Ivanka is proud of this strong, Hispanic-owned business with deep roots in the U.S. and has every right to express her personal support,' said spokesperson Carolina Hurley.

Critics called for an ethics probe of Ivanka Trump after the first daughter posted the above photo to her social media accounts - federal ethics laws prohibit government employees from endorsing private companies

Ivanka Trump was showing her support for Goya and the company and its CEO Robert Unanue came under fire after Unanue praised President Trump at a White House event

Goya Foods and its CEO Robert Unanue came under fire after Unanue appeared at a Hispanic leaders event last week at the White House with President Trump, who he praised repeatedly, saying 'we're all truly blessed' to have him as president.

Almost immediately afterward, #BoycottGoya, #GoyaFoods and #Goyaway began trending on social media platforms.

Several big names weighed in on the debate, citing Trump's history of derogatory comments and harsh policies toward Hispanics, most notably, the administration's policy of separating immigrant families at the US-Mexico border.

Critics also pounced on Ivanka Trump's posting and questions were raised as to whether there should be an ethics probe into the first daughter's actions.


  • Ivanka Trump posted a photo to social media Tuesday night showing her holding a can of Goya beans to show her support for the company
  • 'If it's Goya, it has to be good,' she wrote in English and Spanish
  • But federal ethics laws prohibits government employees from promoting private companies leading to calls for an ethics probe into first daughter
  • Goya and its CEO Robert Unanue came under fire after Unanue praised President Trump at a White House event, saying U.S. is 'truly blessed' to have him

Published: 14:22 BST, 15 July 2020 | Updated: 18:06 BST, 15 July 2020

Ivanka Trump posted a photo to social media Tuesday night showing her holding a can of Goya beans and offering her support for the brand, prompting concerns she violated government ethics rules by endorsing the company.

The first daughter, who serves as an adviser to President Donald Trump, posted the image of her smiling, holding a can of black beans with the distinctive blue Goya label, and the words: 'If it's Goya, it has to be good.' She also included the Spanish translation.

But federal ethics laws prohibits government employees from promoting private companies and their products.

'An employee shall not use or permit the use of his Government position or title or any authority associated with his public office to endorse any product, service or enterprise,' the law reads.

The White House argued Ivanka Trump 'has every right to express her personal support' for the company.

'Only the media and the cancel culture movement would criticize Ivanka for showing her personal support for a company that has been unfairly mocked, boycotted and ridiculed for supporting this administration - one that has consistently fought for and delivered for the Hispanic community. Ivanka is proud of this strong, Hispanic-owned business with deep roots in the U.S. and has every right to express her personal support,' said spokesperson Carolina Hurley.

Critics called for an ethics probe of Ivanka Trump after the first daughter posted the above photo to her social media accounts - federal ethics laws prohibit government employees from endorsing private companies

Ivanka Trump was showing her support for Goya and the company and its CEO Robert Unanue came under fire after Unanue praised President Trump at a White House event

Goya Foods and its CEO Robert Unanue came under fire after Unanue appeared at a Hispanic leaders event last week at the White House with President Trump, who he praised repeatedly, saying 'we're all truly blessed' to have him as president.

Almost immediately afterward, #BoycottGoya, #GoyaFoods and #Goyaway began trending on social media platforms.

Several big names weighed in on the debate, citing Trump's history of derogatory comments and harsh policies toward Hispanics, most notably, the administration's policy of separating immigrant families at the US-Mexico border.

Critics also pounced on Ivanka Trump's posting and questions were raised as to whether there should be an ethics probe into the first daughter's actions.


  • Ivanka Trump posted a photo to social media Tuesday night showing her holding a can of Goya beans to show her support for the company
  • 'If it's Goya, it has to be good,' she wrote in English and Spanish
  • But federal ethics laws prohibits government employees from promoting private companies leading to calls for an ethics probe into first daughter
  • Goya and its CEO Robert Unanue came under fire after Unanue praised President Trump at a White House event, saying U.S. is 'truly blessed' to have him

Published: 14:22 BST, 15 July 2020 | Updated: 18:06 BST, 15 July 2020

Ivanka Trump posted a photo to social media Tuesday night showing her holding a can of Goya beans and offering her support for the brand, prompting concerns she violated government ethics rules by endorsing the company.

The first daughter, who serves as an adviser to President Donald Trump, posted the image of her smiling, holding a can of black beans with the distinctive blue Goya label, and the words: 'If it's Goya, it has to be good.' She also included the Spanish translation.

But federal ethics laws prohibits government employees from promoting private companies and their products.

'An employee shall not use or permit the use of his Government position or title or any authority associated with his public office to endorse any product, service or enterprise,' the law reads.

The White House argued Ivanka Trump 'has every right to express her personal support' for the company.

'Only the media and the cancel culture movement would criticize Ivanka for showing her personal support for a company that has been unfairly mocked, boycotted and ridiculed for supporting this administration - one that has consistently fought for and delivered for the Hispanic community. Ivanka is proud of this strong, Hispanic-owned business with deep roots in the U.S. and has every right to express her personal support,' said spokesperson Carolina Hurley.

Critics called for an ethics probe of Ivanka Trump after the first daughter posted the above photo to her social media accounts - federal ethics laws prohibit government employees from endorsing private companies

Ivanka Trump was showing her support for Goya and the company and its CEO Robert Unanue came under fire after Unanue praised President Trump at a White House event

Goya Foods and its CEO Robert Unanue came under fire after Unanue appeared at a Hispanic leaders event last week at the White House with President Trump, who he praised repeatedly, saying 'we're all truly blessed' to have him as president.

Almost immediately afterward, #BoycottGoya, #GoyaFoods and #Goyaway began trending on social media platforms.

Several big names weighed in on the debate, citing Trump's history of derogatory comments and harsh policies toward Hispanics, most notably, the administration's policy of separating immigrant families at the US-Mexico border.

Critics also pounced on Ivanka Trump's posting and questions were raised as to whether there should be an ethics probe into the first daughter's actions.


  • Ivanka Trump posted a photo to social media Tuesday night showing her holding a can of Goya beans to show her support for the company
  • 'If it's Goya, it has to be good,' she wrote in English and Spanish
  • But federal ethics laws prohibits government employees from promoting private companies leading to calls for an ethics probe into first daughter
  • Goya and its CEO Robert Unanue came under fire after Unanue praised President Trump at a White House event, saying U.S. is 'truly blessed' to have him

Published: 14:22 BST, 15 July 2020 | Updated: 18:06 BST, 15 July 2020

Ivanka Trump posted a photo to social media Tuesday night showing her holding a can of Goya beans and offering her support for the brand, prompting concerns she violated government ethics rules by endorsing the company.

The first daughter, who serves as an adviser to President Donald Trump, posted the image of her smiling, holding a can of black beans with the distinctive blue Goya label, and the words: 'If it's Goya, it has to be good.' She also included the Spanish translation.

But federal ethics laws prohibits government employees from promoting private companies and their products.

'An employee shall not use or permit the use of his Government position or title or any authority associated with his public office to endorse any product, service or enterprise,' the law reads.

The White House argued Ivanka Trump 'has every right to express her personal support' for the company.

'Only the media and the cancel culture movement would criticize Ivanka for showing her personal support for a company that has been unfairly mocked, boycotted and ridiculed for supporting this administration - one that has consistently fought for and delivered for the Hispanic community. Ivanka is proud of this strong, Hispanic-owned business with deep roots in the U.S. and has every right to express her personal support,' said spokesperson Carolina Hurley.

Critics called for an ethics probe of Ivanka Trump after the first daughter posted the above photo to her social media accounts - federal ethics laws prohibit government employees from endorsing private companies

Ivanka Trump was showing her support for Goya and the company and its CEO Robert Unanue came under fire after Unanue praised President Trump at a White House event

Goya Foods and its CEO Robert Unanue came under fire after Unanue appeared at a Hispanic leaders event last week at the White House with President Trump, who he praised repeatedly, saying 'we're all truly blessed' to have him as president.

Almost immediately afterward, #BoycottGoya, #GoyaFoods and #Goyaway began trending on social media platforms.

Several big names weighed in on the debate, citing Trump's history of derogatory comments and harsh policies toward Hispanics, most notably, the administration's policy of separating immigrant families at the US-Mexico border.

Critics also pounced on Ivanka Trump's posting and questions were raised as to whether there should be an ethics probe into the first daughter's actions.


  • Ivanka Trump posted a photo to social media Tuesday night showing her holding a can of Goya beans to show her support for the company
  • 'If it's Goya, it has to be good,' she wrote in English and Spanish
  • But federal ethics laws prohibits government employees from promoting private companies leading to calls for an ethics probe into first daughter
  • Goya and its CEO Robert Unanue came under fire after Unanue praised President Trump at a White House event, saying U.S. is 'truly blessed' to have him

Published: 14:22 BST, 15 July 2020 | Updated: 18:06 BST, 15 July 2020

Ivanka Trump posted a photo to social media Tuesday night showing her holding a can of Goya beans and offering her support for the brand, prompting concerns she violated government ethics rules by endorsing the company.

The first daughter, who serves as an adviser to President Donald Trump, posted the image of her smiling, holding a can of black beans with the distinctive blue Goya label, and the words: 'If it's Goya, it has to be good.' She also included the Spanish translation.

But federal ethics laws prohibits government employees from promoting private companies and their products.

'An employee shall not use or permit the use of his Government position or title or any authority associated with his public office to endorse any product, service or enterprise,' the law reads.

The White House argued Ivanka Trump 'has every right to express her personal support' for the company.

'Only the media and the cancel culture movement would criticize Ivanka for showing her personal support for a company that has been unfairly mocked, boycotted and ridiculed for supporting this administration - one that has consistently fought for and delivered for the Hispanic community. Ivanka is proud of this strong, Hispanic-owned business with deep roots in the U.S. and has every right to express her personal support,' said spokesperson Carolina Hurley.

Critics called for an ethics probe of Ivanka Trump after the first daughter posted the above photo to her social media accounts - federal ethics laws prohibit government employees from endorsing private companies

Ivanka Trump was showing her support for Goya and the company and its CEO Robert Unanue came under fire after Unanue praised President Trump at a White House event

Goya Foods and its CEO Robert Unanue came under fire after Unanue appeared at a Hispanic leaders event last week at the White House with President Trump, who he praised repeatedly, saying 'we're all truly blessed' to have him as president.

Almost immediately afterward, #BoycottGoya, #GoyaFoods and #Goyaway began trending on social media platforms.

Several big names weighed in on the debate, citing Trump's history of derogatory comments and harsh policies toward Hispanics, most notably, the administration's policy of separating immigrant families at the US-Mexico border.

Critics also pounced on Ivanka Trump's posting and questions were raised as to whether there should be an ethics probe into the first daughter's actions.


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