Trump Says Anheuser-Busch Is ‘Not a Woke Company,’ Calls Them a ‘Great American Brand’

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Has Anheuser-Busch suffered enough for the Dylan Mulvaney debacle? GOP presidential front-runner Donald Trump thinks so.

In a post to his Truth Social platform on Tuesday afternoon, the former president called the Bud Light ad campaign with the transgender “influencer” a “mistake of epic proportions,” but said the parent brand, AB InBev, was “not a Woke company.”

He added that he was “building a list” of companies that are even woker, “and might just release it for the World to see.”

It’s been the better part of a year since the Mulvaney debacle began — April 1, 2023, to be exact, when Mulvaney posted an Instagram video that sparked a furor. And you can imagine that the executives involved now wish it was all just an April Fools’ prank.

Alas, no: On Jan. 31, Fox Business reported that the Bud Light brand was still hurting, with year-over-year sales down 29.9 percent year-over-year for the week that ended Jan. 20, according to Bump Williams Consulting and NielsenIQ data.

What’s more, it’s not exactly like Americans decided to swap beer for tequila or anything like that. They were just tired of their brew being politicized — as witnessed by Bud Light’s loss being its competitors’ gains.

“Molson-Coors’ Coors Light saw 12.2% sales growth, while Miller Lite sales rose 6.9%, and Yuengling Light soared by 72.3%,” Fox Business reported.

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