Two more chief executives have resigned from President Trump’s American Manufacturing Council following Charlottesville.
Intel’s Brian Krzanich and Under Armour head Kevin Plank have followed Merck’s Ken Frazier in leaving the council.
Following mounting pressure, President Trump denounced white supremacists groups on Monday.
A woman was killed on Saturday when a car rammed into a crowd protesting against a white supremacist rally.
After the death, Mr Trump was criticised for not specifically denouncing the far right, instead ascribing blame to “both sides”.
‘Diversity and inclusion’
Mr Plank sent out a tweet on Monday condemning racism.
“We are saddened by #Charlottesville. There is no place for racism or discrimination in this world. We choose love & unity.”
Ten hours later Mr Plank released another statement on Under Armour’s Twitter account announcing his resignation from the advisory body.