Perennial right-wing agitator Donald Trump entered an already crowded list of candidates seeking the Republican nomination.
The move ended more than a decade of flirting with the idea of a presidential bid and on June 16, The Donald made it official with a campaign speech that many Americans regard as racist.
Trump referred to Mexican immigrants as "rapists and criminals."
"When Mexico sends its people, they're not sending their best. They're sending people that have lots of problems. They're bringing drugs. They're bringing crime. They're rapists," Trump told a crowded ballroom during a 45-minute speech.
In the weeks following the controversial remarks, Trump has seen many of his lucrative business deals fall apart.
June 25: Univision
Univision broke a multi-million dollar deal, brokered in early in 2015, to broadcast Trump's Miss USA pageants in Spanish. Trump threatened to sue the broadcaster and accused the Mexican government of putting pressure on Univision. CEO Randy Falco pointed out that Univision is a U.S.-based company.
June 29: Mexico
Mexico-based broadcaster Televisa said they would no longer broadcast Trump's Miss Universe pageant, or do business with the billionaire.
Mexico also announced they will not send contestants to the Miss Universe pageant.
June 29: NBC
NBCUniversal said they won't broadcast Miss Universe or Miss USA. The network and Trump both co-own the beauty pageants. NBC attorney Jeff Garten told CNN Money they're seeking arbitration.
"Certainly, if it requires litigation, then there will be litigation," said Garten.
NBC also confirmed that due to Trump's presidential candidacy, he would no longer star in The Apprentice.
June 30: Farouk Systems
Hair-care manufacturer Farouk Systems withdraws sponsorship of Trump's Miss USA and Miss Universe pageants. CEO Basim Shami said the Houston-based company is a multicultural organization.
"As a company proudly founded on the concept of coming to the USA in pursuit of the American Dream, Mr. Trump's comments do not and will never reflect our company's philosophy or practices," wrote Shami in a June 30 statement.
July 1: Macy's
Macy's pulls Trump merchandise from its shelves. The retail giant sold a variety of Trump-brand apparel, including neckties and dress shirts. Trump has even starred in several Macy's commercials.
Department store officials released a statement expressing disappointment at comments made by Trump.
"We do not believe the disparaging characterizations portray an accurate picture of the many Mexicans, Mexican Americans and Latinos who have made so many valuable contributions to the success of our nation," said Macy's in the July 1 release.
July 1: Serta
The nation's largest mattress manufacturer announced they would not renew their contract to sell Trump Home-branded mattresses.
July 1: Costa Rica
Miss Costa Rica organizers said they would not send contestants to Trump's Miss Universe beauty pageant. The move severs a 40-year relationship between Miss Costa Rica an the Trump Organization.
July 2: New York City
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio instructed his office to review existing contracts with the Trump Organization, who currently provides concessions to city facilities.
De Blasio said that Trump's remarks about Mexican immigrants were offensive.
"Trump's comments do not represent the values of inclusion and openness that define us as New Yorkers, said de Blasio in a July 2 statement. "Our Mexican brothers and sisters make up an essential part of this city's vibrant and diverse community, and we will continue to celebrate and support New Yorkers of every background."
July 3: Columbia
Bogota withdrew it's bid as a host city for the Miss Universe pageant in the wake of Trump's campaign remarks.
Reigning Colombian beauty queen Paulina Vega had a few choice words for Trump on her Instagram, calling the billionaire's comments "unjust and hurtful."
July 3: NASCAR
NASCAR moves it's season-ending award ceremony from the Trump National Doral Miami, after bringing the event to the resort only a year ago.
One of company's biggest advertisers, Camping World, publicly condemned Trump on June 26, and pressured NASCAR to sever ties with any Trump-owned businesses.
July 4: Panama
The Miss Panama Organization said they will not send contestants to Trump's Miss Universe, while Telemetro Television cancelled plans to broadcast the pageant.
Panama was host city to the event in 1986 and 2003.
July 6: PGA
PGA of America of America pulled their "Grand Slam of Golf" from Trump National Golf Club in Los Angeles.
Officials are also looking to move the annual PGA Junior League Golf Championship that was also scheduled to be held at Trump National.
July 6: ESPN
ESPN moves the July 14 ESPY Celebrity Golf Classic from Trump National Golf Club to Pelican Hill golf Club.
Officials said the decision is in solidarity with all sports fans.
"Diversity and inclusion are core values at ESPN and our decision also supports that commitment," said ESPN.
July 7: Phillips-Van Heusen
Apparel manufacturer Phillips-Van Huesen said they will no longer produce Trump's dress shirts and neck-ware collection, and that they are "winding down" the current contract and will not be signing a new one.
The statement follows Macy's announcement that the'll no longer sell Trump's clothing line in their stores.
PVH is the clothing giant behind Calvin Klein and Tommy Hilfiger, as well as Trump's menswear brand.
July 8: ThinkFoodGroup
Spanish-born chef and co-owner of ThinkFoodGroup, Jose Andres, steps away from a 10-year deal to lease space for a flagship restaurant in Trump International Hotel, which opens in Washington D.C. in 2016. Andres told the Washington Post that Trump's comments make it impossible for the two to do business together.
July 11: Arizona
U.S. Senators John McCain, Jeff Flake, and Arizona Governor Doug Ducey distance themselves from Trump, ahead of a speaking engagement at the Phoenix Convention Center on Saturday, July 11 at 2 p.m.
Trump plans to speak about illegal immigration. Sheriff Joe Arpaio will also make an appearance.