Representatives from the CEO Business Roundtable lobbying group, the US Chamber of Commerce, and the National Manufacturers’ Association, which counts the country’s largest companies among their members, met in conference calls in the weeks leading up to the election, these people said.
The calls and chats were not over, people said.
These business leaders are aware that they can influence the peaceful transfer of power but focus on choosing the right time to join, one of the people who requested anonymity. know because chats and calls are private, and in some cases, meeting invitations are clearly labeled as “do not save content.”;
“If you talk too soon, it will be empty,” said the man, who suggested that business leaders, workers, clergy and women could defend democracy against authoritarianism.
Several organizations have issued claims in recent days.
“The Americans are working hard to count the votes and count the votes. It’s our democratic process, and it has served us very well throughout our history. Producers have faith in that.” Our institution and all valid votes must be tallyed, “the National Association of Producers said in a statement late Thursday.
They released the statement early on Election Day to avoid any perception that they were picking a side if the outcome went against Trump, according to one of those who advised on timing of the statement.