These Companies Have Cut Ties with Laura Ingraham

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When Fox News host Laura Ingraham publicly mocked Parkland survivor David Hoggs on Twitter, the high school senior called on Ingraham's top 12 advertisers to pull their ads from her show, The Ingraham Angle.
On Wednesday, Ingraham shared an article on Twitter from The Daily Wire which referred to Hoggs as a "Gun Rights Provocateur" and stated he had been rejected from four colleges. She has since tweeted a public apology, in which she invited Hoggs to return to her show to engage in "productive discussion" on the topic of gun control.
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Less than 12 hours after Hoggs's call to action, Rachael Ray's pet food company Nutrish announced its decision to remove its ads from Ingraham's program with more following suit. Here is a list of the companies pulling their ads from her program.
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Nutrish

Rachael Ray's pet food company responded to David Hoggs' tweet, stating that it was in the process of removing ads from The Ingraham Angle.
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TripAdvisor

A company spokesperson told CNBC that TripAdvisor does not "condone the inappropriate comments made by" Ingraham, and will be pulling ads from her show.
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Wayfair

Wayfair's head of public relations told CNBC that "the decision of an adult to personally criticize a high school student who has lost his classmates in an unspeakable tragedy is not consistent with [Wayfair's] values." As a result, they have decided to pull their advertising from Ingraham's show.
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Expedia

A spokesperson for the travel site told CNBC it has pulled its advertising from Ingraham's show. Expedia was not on Hoggs's original list of Ingraham's top 12 advertisers.
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Nestlé

A spokesperson for the candy company told CNBC that Nestlé has "no plans to buy ads on [Ingraham's] show in the future."
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Hulu

The streaming service replied to Hoggs's tweet, stating it would no longer be advertising on Ingraham's show, and it was "monitoring all of [Hulu's] ad placements carefully."
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Johnson & Johnson

The manufacturing company told HuffPost on Thursday it “will pull advertising from Ms. Ingraham’s show."
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Stitch Fix

The online personal shopping service told HuffPost it would cease advertising on The Ingraham Angle.
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