An Indian-origin CEO was racially abused and told to “go back to India” and also take along Nikki Haley after he said that he will not support President Donald Trump`s economic agenda after the US leader appeared to defend white supremacists following the Virginia violence. US-born Ravin Gandhi, 44 founder and CEO of GMM Nonstick Coatings, wrote an op-ed for CNBC following Trump`s Charlottesville remarks but was quickly trolled and racially abused by readers, the Chicago Tribune reported. He said he will not defend Trump even if the Dow hits 50,000, unemployment goes to 1 per cent, and GDP grows by 7 per cent. Hundreds of white supremacists clashed with counter demonstrators at a rally in Charlottesville on August 12 in which a 32-year-old woman was killed and 19 injured when a car drove into a crowd of protesters. Gandhi was soon bombarded by hate comments on his option piece, including a voicemail from a woman who said Gandhi should “get your (expletive) garbage and go back to India.” The woman, using abusive and inappropriate language, told Gandhi that he should also take “that other half-(expletive) Bangladesh (expletive) with you, Nikki Haley,” referring to the US envoy to the UN.