BofA and Delta swiftly pulled their support for this season’s production of Shakespeare in the Park’s Julius Caeser from NYC’s Public Theatre. The controversy erupted when sponsors realized that the play would be adapted to feature a Trump-like character as Caesar, for whom (spoiler alert) things don’t end well. (The comparison itself is a stretch. If Trump were a salad dressing, it wouldn’t be Caesar, it would be Russian.) From The New Yorker: In Defense of The Trumpian Julius Caesar.

+ And yes, there was once an Obama-starring production of Julius Caesar too.