Trump hasn't had great luck with the food industry since the start of the 2016 election. Starbucks promised to hire 10,000 refugees in an apparent retaliation against his executive order banning travelers from several Muslim-majority countries. Tic Tacs, GrubHub, and Skittles each shared their own public snubs. And finally—what could be worse?—Anthony Bourdain announced he'd "never" eat at Trump-affiliated restaurants.
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Now, all the pushback is finally hitting home in what's undoubtedly a huge (YUGE!) setback for the hotel empire. As reported by Grub Street, Koi, the sushi restaurant housed within the Trump SoHo Hotel in New York City, saw a sharp and unsustainable decline in business shortly after President Donald Trump won the election... and in mid-June, it's set to shutter for good.