Donald Trump has courted a lot of controversy during his presidential campaign. His remarks have often alienated many Americans, but some brands haven't taken kindly either. The Drum looks at some brands that just had enough.
1) Boston Globe
Donald Trump retaliated by calling the front page stupid and worthless.
2) Huffington Post
The Huffington Post ridiculed Trump when it announced that it would no longer include coverage of his presidential campaign in their politics section. Instead they moved it to the entertainment section.
Following his insulting comments towards Mexicans, Macy's bowed to public pressure and cut all ties with Trump.
Along with Macy's, NBC also didn't approve of Trump's anti-Mexican rhetoric. Following his comments, NBC decided it would no longer air the annual Miss USA and Miss Universe pageants, which were a joint venture with Trump.
Trump responded by calling them weak and attacking their defense of Brian Williams.
Univision swiftly followed NBC with its decision to no longer air the Miss USA and Miss Universe pageants.
Trump accused Univision of breaching contract and filed a $500m lawsuit.
6) Funny or Die
Unable to sit back and just watch, Funny or Die joined in on the anti-Trump fun, releasing a spoof board game, 'Trump For President'.
Buzzfeed's editor-in-chief publicly shared an internal company memo, stating that he gave Buzzfeed staff full permission to call Trump a "mendacious racist" as it was a fact.
This was followed by its decision to not show any ads from the Republican National Committee in protest of his rhetoric.
8) Paddy Power
When Trump landed in Scotland, Paddy Power sent a Mexican mariachi band dubbed 'Juan Direction' to welcome him.
Trump Jr shared an image of Skittles on Twitter, comparing them to refugees. Skittles responded in the most tasteful way possible.
Read how some celebrities also expressed their anti-Donald Trump sentiment: