The left-wing firm actively worked against the Trump campaign and the administration’s agenda.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson met Wednesday with CEOs of three of America’s largest airlines, American, Delta, and United.
As the CEOs met with Trump administration officials, the top three airlines are working with a firm that is actively working against the administration.
SKDKnickerbocker is a public affairs firm that specializes in far-left causes, often on behalf of Democratic candidates or committees.
In 2015, Planned Parenthood enlisted the help of SKDKnickerbocker for crisis communications guidance after a series of troubling videos showed the organization’s top brass cavalierly discussing illegal abortion practices.
The group “spearheaded” the unsuccessful Democratic campaign to oppose President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee, Neil Gorsuch.
“A coalition called the Constitutional Responsibility Project is providing rapid-response and public relations outreach in opposition to Gorsuch. Anita Dunn, who helped shape the messaging for Obama’s court picks, and a team from her firm SKDKnickerbocker will spearhead the effort.”
The firm’s Instagram account shows employees working at the Democratic National Convention in July 2016, while another photo shows employees toasting the failed repeal of Obamacare in March of this year.
Past clients include unions like SEIU, AFSCME, and the American Federation of Teachers, alongside candidates like far-left liberals Russ Feingold (D-WI), Katie McGinty (D-PA), and Patrick Murphy (D-FL).
So while the big three airlines are hoping to get their message across to Tillerson at today’s meeting, they very well could have shot themselves in the foot before they even arrived by employing a firm whose core mission is at odds with the Trump administration.
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