Plank publishes an old ad in his personal in-person profile, showing Under Armour's adoration of the city of Maryland.
He does not mention Trump by name, but the intent is clear with his inscription: "On behalf of the thousands of UA teams who proudly call Baltimore Home … The work must be done, but we are from this city and "
The one-minute ad originally released last year points to We Will's Under Armour's website Under Armour launched this marketing campaign in 2017 to make it better for the city, engaged in Baltimore
when he called the city "disgusting, rats and rodents contaminated with mess" and attacked Cammings, who is the 7th congressional area of Maryland, and the Tuts have provoked a response from city authorities and politicians to defend the city and convict Trump
Planck previously disagreed with Trump in public, and withdrew from the American Production Council Trump in 2017 after the president did not directly criticize the Neo-Nazis, the KKK, and other white supremacists at a rally in Charlottesville, Virginia. "I think there is a fault on both sides," said Trump before, and equates the white supermarkets on one side with "alt-left" on the other side. "There is no room for racism or discrimination in this world, we choose love and unity," Plank writes in a tweet