The rally followed a series of racist tweets in which Trump suggested four minority congressmen return to their homeland. Three of them were born in America and the four were American citizens.
Caser suggests that Trump's attacks do not reflect the America he knows. In 1990, he worked as Chief Financial Officer of Siemens Microelectronics in San Jose, California.
62-year-old Kesser, who began work at Siemens in 1980 and became Chief Executive Officer in 2013, has demonstrated willingness to talk openly to controversial political issues. SIEGY ) wrote an open letter to his staff in the German province of Saxony in 2018 after the protesters against immigration there were photographed giving the borrowed Nazi greeting. The letter condemned xenophobia.
Earlier this year, Keizer sharply criticized a German legislator, saying their nationalism would harm the country's prosperity.
"I'm there to represent the company and report to the shareholders, on the other hand, if people turn their heads … Well, we had this time in Germany," Keizer told the Financial Times in May 2018
"Nobody called, it was too late," he added.