GrubHub CEO Matt Maloney has gotten a lot of flack since he sent out an anti-Trump email to employees Wednesday.
That’s because his email, which he sent following Donald Trump’s presidential election win Tuesday night, seemed to call for the resignations of the candidate’s supporters. But on Thursday, Maloney denied this in a blog post that also published the email in question.
“I want to clarify that I did not ask for anyone to resign if they voted for Trump. I would never make such a demand,” Maloney, who supported Hillary Clinton, wrote. “To the contrary, the message of the email is that we do not tolerate discriminatory activity or hateful commentary in the workplace, and that we will stand up for our employees.”
While Maloney did not call specifically for the resignation of Trump supporters in his letter, he did call for the resignations of those with “hateful attitudes.”
Those “hateful attitudes” call to mind Trump’s views and behaviors regarding minorities, immigrants, and the disabled, which Maloney said have “no place at GrubHub.” Maloney also denounced Trump’s nationalist, anti-immigrant, and “hateful politics.”
“If you do not agree with this statement then please reply to this email with your resignation because you have no place here,” he wrote near the end of the email. “We do not tolerate hateful attitudes on our team.”
Here’s the email that Maloney sent to his workers, in full, as published by GrubHub’s blog late Thursday. Fortune has added emphasis to the paragraphs in question:
As of this writing, shares of GrubHub were down 3.8% Friday morning.