I agree, but the analogy was about trump.
Sort of like all those pesky regulations those CEOs have to dance around (for now)?
I would say the constituents would be the people that own shares of the company, and what they expect of the CEO is money. I really don't think money has a voting interest at shareholder meetings.*
They are, but that does not change that their approach has been to try and run things like a business.
I'd say as an analogy it still works.
*Just saw that could be read two ways, feel free to ignore.