SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- Activists are planning a protest at Uber headquarters in San Francisco and other locations nationwide on Thursday. They are demanding CEO Travis Kalanick cut his ties with President Trump.
Kalanick is part of a panel of business leaders meeting with the president at the White House on Friday.
Uber enraged customers after drivers at JFK Airport crossed a taxi driver picket line related to the president's immigration order last weekend.
Kalanick says his working relationship with Trump is necessary to fulfill Uber's mission.
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Activists planning protest at Uber HQ in San Francisco