Cisco CEO Robbins On Trump's Charlottesville Message, CEOs Leaving Advisory Councils And Increasing Cisco's 'Pace Of Innovation'


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Robbins On Trump

Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins spoke with CNBC on Thursday about why CEOs left President Donald Trump's business advisory boards and the opportunity to "unite" the country that was missed. Robbins met with President Trump in December alongside some of the world's top technology leaders for a roundtable discussion around driving business in the United States.

Robbins didn't shy away from answering questions regarding the controversy surrounding the White House as well as Cisco's fourth fiscal quarter earnings report on Wednesday which saw declines in many of the San Jose, Calif.-based networking giant's core market segments. The following is excerpts from Robbins interview today on CNBC's "Squawk on the Street."



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