Entrepreneurs shouldn't join the Super Tuesday bandwagon chatter, no matter how worked up they may be, says CNBC star Marcus Lemonis.
The host of The Profit tweeted on Monday that as a business owner, he felt a responsibility to keep his political beliefs to himself.
There is no place for politics/any political endorsements in any business. Your customers and employees should have their own mind. #period-; Marcus Lemonis (@marcuslemonis) March 1, 2016
Meanwhile, Flickr co-founder Caterina Fake spoke for many of her followers when she said she was already suffering from political fatigue.
Can't read the news today.-; Caterina Fake (@Caterina) March 2, 2016
To be sure, not every business owner has stayed silent--Dallas billionaire Mark Cuban has said throughout the election that he supports 'anyone but Cruz.' And hip-hop mogul Russell Simmons took to Twitter on Super Tuesday to express his disappointment with how Republican candidate Donald Trump was interacting with African-American voters.
Donald, you are not going to great with the African-Americans. Get real. #SuperTuesday-; Russell Simmons (@UncleRUSH) March 2, 2016
And Box founder Aaron Levie tried to remind followers to look on the bright side of Tuesday's results.
No matter how bad things get, just remember at least you're not Chris Christie right now.-; Aaron Levie (@levie) March 2, 2016