It has been less than three weeks since he entered the presidential race, but billionaire Donald Trump has already seen some of his most prominent business relationships go up in smoke following remarks he made about Mexico on the first day of his campaign.
"When Mexico sends its people they aren't sending their best," Trump said at his announcement event last month from Trump Tower. "They are bringing drugs, they're bringing crime, they are rapists and some are good people but I speak to border guards and they tell us what we're getting."
In light of those comments, several of the business partners Trump has cultivated over the years decided they no longer wanted to be in business with the Donald.
Here's a look at who has distanced themselves from Trump:
UnivisionThe first domino to fall was the largest network aimed at Hispanics across the globe, Univision.
"We see first-hand the work ethic, love for family, strong religious values and the important role Mexican immigrants and Mexican-Americans have had and will continue to have in building the future of our country. We will not be airing the Miss USA pageant on July 12th or working on any other projects tied to the Trump Organization," the company said in a statement.
In an interview with ABC News' Tom Llamas, Trump said, "I love the Mexican people, I have great respect for Mexico."
In response to Univision's dropping the pageant, Trump filed a $500 million lawsuit this week against the company for damages.
TelevisaFollowing Univision, the Mexico-based broadcaster fired Trump for his comments saying in part, "Mr. Trump hasn't demonstrated understanding or respect toward Mexican migrants and has offended the entire Mexican population."
Televisa also owns the Mexican equivalent of Trump's Miss USA pageant and said it would not be sending a representative to compete in Miss Universe.
Three countries have since pulled out of the Miss Universe pageant: Costa Rica, Mexico and now Panama.
Farouk SystemsFarouk Systems Inc., which owns hair care brands such as CHI and BioSilk, said it too is done with The Donald.
"Our company is multicultural with people of Latin American descent making up a large percentage of our employees and loyal customers," company CEO Basim Shami said in the statement. "As a company proudly founded on the concept of coming to the USA in pursuit of the American Dream, Mr. Trump's comments do not and will never reflect our company's philosophy or practices."
NBCUniversalThe network that has worked with Trump for both Miss Universe and his hit reality television series, "The Apprentice," also said goodbye to the Donald this week.
"Due to the recent derogatory statements by Donald Trump regarding immigrants, NBCUniversal is ending its business relationship with Mr. Trump," the company said in a statement.
NBC said "Celebrity Apprentice" is licensed from Mark Burnett's United Artists Media Group and that relationship will continue. Trump fired back, saying, "If NBC is so weak and so foolish to not understand the serious illegal immigration problem in the United States, coupled with the horrendous and unfair trade deals we are making with Mexico, then their contract violating closure of Miss Universe/Miss USA will be determined in court."
But Reelz network will reportedly broadcast the event July 12.
Macy'sThe magic of one of America's biggest retail giants is no longer with Trump. Macy's pulled its star away from The Donald this week, saying in part, "We do not believe the disparaging characterizations portray an accurate picture of the many Mexicans, Mexican Americans and Latinos who have made so many valuable contributions to the success of our nation."
"In light of statements made by Donald Trump, which are inconsistent with Macy's values, we have decided to discontinue our business relationship with Mr. Trump and will phase-out the Trump menswear collection, which has been sold at Macy's since 2004," the retailer added.
Trump responded by saying it was actually his decision to end the relationship with Macy's: "Clearly, NBC and Macy's support illegal immigration, which is totally detrimental to the fabric of our once great country. Both Macy's and NBC totally caved at the first sight of potential difficulty with special interest groups who are nothing more than professional agitators, who are not looking out for the people they purport to represent, but only for themselves. It is people like this that are actually running our country because our leaders are weak and ineffective."
Even New York City, where the Trump Organization is based, is beginning to question its relationship with Trump.
"We are reviewing Trump contracts with the City," Mayor Bill de Blasio said in a statement. "Donald Trump's remarks were disgusting and offensive, and this hateful language has no place in our city. Trump's comments do not represent the values of inclusion and openness that define us as New Yorkers. Our Mexican brothers and sisters make up an essential part of this city's vibrant and diverse community, and we will continue to celebrate and support New Yorkers of every background."
NASCARNASCAR hasn't formally severed ties with Trump, but it may be distancing itself from the presidential candidate.
Camping World CEO Marcus Lemonis, whose company is the title sponsor of NASCAR's Truck Series, said in a letter he wouldn't attend NASCAR's season-ending awards ceremony if it was held at a Trump property.
The ceremony was held at the Trump National Doral Miami last year.
On Friday, NASCAR spokesman David Higdon said the ceremony won't be at the Doral this year.
"We looked at everything we saw coming down and what we heard from our sponsors and our partners and what we feel we should be doing, and that's what led us to the decision today," he said.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.