Business leaders are jumping on board with presumptive Democratic Presidential Nominee Hillary Clinton.
The Clinton camp released a list of her business backers Thursday morning, which includes current and former executives at Fortune 500 companies like Boeing (BA - Get Report) , Costco (COST) and Time Warner Cable (TWC) . Recognizable figures like Facebook (FB - Get Report) Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg, Alphabet (GOOGL - Get Report) executive chairman Eric Schmidt and Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.A - Get Report) (BRK.B - Get Report) head Warren Buffett are in the #ImWithHer mix as well.
Some of Clinton's business endorsers released statements on their decisions, and a handful took a swipe at her rival, presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump.
"Trump would destroy much of what is great about America. Hillary Clinton is the strong leader we need, and it's important that Trump lose by a landslide to reject what he stands for," said Netflix (NFLX - Get Report) CEO and co-founder Reed Hastings.
"Hillary Clinton can effectively run every aspect of the position as President and Commander in Chief of the United States. Her decisiveness, pragmatism and calm demeanor stand in absolute contrast to Trump. Throughout her career, Hillary Clinton has demonstrated her commitment to America and will continue to advance this country and implement effective policies to grow the economy," said Earvin "Magic" Johnson, basketball legend and chairman and CEO of Magic Johnson Enterprises.
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"Donald Trump has failed to put forth concrete and realistic policies to help the American people and grow the economy. Our President must care about the success of the country as a whole -- not just himself. Hillary Clinton has a proven record of fighting for the American people, dating back to the beginning of her career at the Children's Defense Fund. The American people need an advocate, not an opportunist," said Mark Pincus, co-founder of Zynga (ZNGA - Get Report) .
Silicon Valley and the tech community that has largely lined up against Trump (with the exception of PayPal (PYPL - Get Report) co-founder and first Facebook investor Peter Thiel, who will serve as a delegate at the Republican National Convention in July) appears to have thrown its support behind Clinton as well. Airbnb co-founders Natahn Blecharczyk and Brian Chesky are backing the former secretary of state, as are Dropbox founder and CEO Drew Houston and Tumblr founder and CEO David Karp.
"The decision we make in this election will impact America's economic competitiveness for decades to come. I'll be voting for Hillary this fall, because America needs a leader who will foster an economy built on innovation, diversity, intelligent immigration policy, and a progressive way of thinking," wrote Aaron Levie, co-founder and CEO of Box (BOX - Get Report) .
Some of the executives in the mix aren't exactly new or surprising.
Buffett has for quite some time made his feelings for Clinton known and has hit the campaign trail with her as well. Barry Diller, chairman and senior executive of Expedia (EXPE - Get Report) and IAC/InterActiveCorp (IAC - Get Report) , has in the past voiced his distaste for Trump, going as far as to call him "evil." Chelsea Clinton is a member of IAC/InterActiveCorp's board of directors.
The endorsements come the day after Trump delivered his much-hyped anti-Clinton speech, calling her a "world-class liar" with an "old and tired" message and accusing her of running the State Department as "her own personal hedge fund." Many of the claims made by Trump in his speech were found to be untrue by fact checkers. On Tuesday, Clinton delivered a speech outlining her economic policies and painting Trump as a danger to the country's finances. The former first lady scored higher than her rival in honesty among fact checkers but still had a few duds.