Trump fallout - from Uber to F1.
Now, just as we did for Brexit - when we captured news stories predicting the impact of Brexit on travel, Brexit perspectives from travel bloggers - today we begin the same process of sharing stories about the impact of Trump-as-US-President on travel.
As the tone has changed in the days that followed the Trump win - from a sense of alarm during that first week, to more reflective analysis in the following week, we've organized these stories by date. For an interesting take on the reactions, start at the bottom, on November 9th, and go forward from there.
What impact will Trump have on tourism? - My Statesman
The Trump Effect on Travel: Some Early Indicators - Smarter Travel
How The Consumer Media Views Election’s Impact On Travel - Travel Market Report
Travel in the Trump Era: What Will His Policies Mean For Tourism? - Oyster, the Hotel Tell-All
Fears surface that Trump may jeopardize U.S.-Canada pre-clearance border plans - Vancouver Sun
Travel Industry Speaks Out about the Election of Trump - Inbound Report
Readers of the industry publication share their reactions. Read perspectives from tour operators and other travel industry stakeholders, from companies with operations in China, Germany, the Netherlands, the UK and the US
TravelPulse Radio: Mark Murphy Discusses Donald Trump's Impact on Travel - TravelPulse
An interview with the President and CEO of travAlliancemedia
Measuring The Trump Presidency’s Impact On Caribbean Leisure Travel - TravelPulse
Demand for US travel plummets - World First Insurance
Travel, Trumped: Some Canadians reconsidering trips to the United States - Globe and Mail
How Will Trump Impact Travel and Tourism? - TravelPulse
What Impact Will Trump Have on Tourism? - New York Times
President Trump: The Travel Industry Reacts With Caution, Not Enthusiasm - Skift
Interesting story, with reactions from CEOs of Expedia, Norwegian Cruise Line and Priceline, and spokespersons from Marriott and Trip Advisor. There are also views from Airlines for America, American Society of Travel Agents, Asian American Hotel Owners Association, Black & Abroad, US Travel Association and the World Travel & Tourism Council, to name just a few.
What Does a Donald Trump Win Mean for the Travel Industry? - Market Realist
Travel Industry Reacts to Trump Victory - Smart Meetings
Post-Election, U.S. Travel Aims Industry Positioning Campaign at Incoming Lawmakers - US Travel Association Press Release
One million British travellers predicted to boycott Trump's United States - will you still visit? - The Telegraph
Donald Trump Wins US Presidential Election: Travel Agents React - TravelPulse
How a Trump White House could impact global travel & tourism - Travel Week
Donald Trump's stunning victory and its impact on the hospitality industry - Hotel Management
Trump presidency could impact US travel, says events industry - CitiMagazine, Conference & Incentive Travel
Travel Industry Looks Forward to Working with Trump Administration - US Travel Association Press Release
We hope you found the stories illuminating, insightful or at least entertaining.
We'll return to this theme down the road with travel blogger perspectives on the impact of Trump on travel. Stay tuned...
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Trump fallout: from Uber to F1
|"This morning's coffee has a look of Donald Trump"|
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President Obama jokes about becoming an Uber driver after leaving office - CBS News
"What do you do when you vacate the most powerful office in the world? Spend time with family? Golf? Catch up on your reading?"... When asked, "after a moment or two of contemplation, President Obama answered simply, 'Uber.' "
Michael Moore: 7 Things We Must Do as Trump Prepares for the White House - Alternet
"#2. Prepare to impeach Trump... we must organize the apparatus that will bring charges against him when he violates his oath and breaks the law—and then we must remove him from office." *
Mexican F1 driver drops sponsor over Trump-related comment - Brandon Sun
Mexican Formula One driver Sergio Perez is dropping Hawkers, a sunglasses sponsor
Disruption in America: Please hold - A Medium Corporation
"General Motors broke the news today that they will lay off 2,000 workers in Ohio and Michigan — states that played a large part in Trump’s victory..."
Passengers being racist and cheering Donald Trump - Uber People
"Passengers being racist and cheering Donald Trump... this makes me very uncomfortable and outraged. What is protocol for this?" asks one Uber driver. The responses are insightful.
Here's How People All Over the Country Are Protesting Trump's Election - Yahoo News
"Taxi driver chants #NotMyPresident with New Yorkers as they march past the Empire State Building. I love this city. " @jchaltiwanger
Straphangers shocked by Trump win say it with Post-it notes at 14th St. subway stop - NY Daily News
"By offering Post-it notes and pens, subway therapist (!) Matthew Chavez turned the wall of a 14th St. station pathway into a sounding board for the dejected to express the anger, confusion and hopes for the future..."
Trump Backlash Begins In NYC As Thousands Of Protesters Surround Trump Tower - Elite Daily
"The streets were consumed. Cars and taxis were stopped. But drivers weren’t angry about it."
Jeff Bezos, who once joked about sending Trump to space, changes tune - USA Today
"So much for sending Donald Trump to space..."
* In case you missed it, Michael Moore predicted Trump's win.
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