Alabama Trump supporter labeled ‘racist of the week’ on social media ‘no longer works’ at bank after anti-Obama post asking for a man who can ‘buy and sell them several times over’

June Pridmore (pictured) no longer works at Regions Bank after an anti-Obama, pro-Trump post got her labeled as 'racist of the week' on social media

June Pridmore (pictured) no longer works at Regions Bank after an anti-Obama, pro-Trump post got her labeled as ‘racist of the week’ on social media

An Alabama Trump supporter and former bank employee no longer works at the company after writing an anti-Obama Facebook post, which earned her the ‘racist of the week’ label.

June Pridmore had worked as a senior vice-president of loan operations since 2008 at Birmingham-based Regions Bank, according to Al.com. She came under fire earlier this week for writing a post rejoicing about Donald Trump’s victory and slamming President Barack Obama as well as his wife.

Pridmore praised Trump for having ‘a beautiful wife’ and lots of money, adding: ‘I prefer a man who can buy Michele [sic] and Barack and sell them several times over.’

Regions Bank began an investigation Wednesday and announced Pridmore no longer worked at the company, while disavowing her ‘offensive’ comments. 

‘I voted him in,’ Trump wrote about Trump. ‘I like him. He has a beautiful wife unlike the ugly and embarrassing woman (for lack of a better word), in the White House now. Ms. Trump’s face would make Michele [sic] O’Bama [sic] a Sunday face.

‘I’m certainly glad he has a lot of money because she he [sic] won’t be bought out like Barack, socialist Muslim O’Bama [sic] or his wife or all those host of relatives they have in the whitehouse [sic] for US to support.’

Marian Robinson, the first lady’s mother, moved into the White House to help take care of the presidential couple’s two daughters, Malia and Sasha. 

‘I prefer a man who can buy Michele [sic] and Barack and sell them several times over,’ Pridmore wrote.

The post circulated on social media with the words ‘racist of the week’. 

Pridmore's post (pictured) circulated on social media with the caption 'racist of the week', prompting several Facebook users to reach out to Regions Bank

Pridmore’s post (pictured) circulated on social media with the caption ‘racist of the week’, prompting several Facebook users to reach out to Regions Bank

Regions Bank wrote on Facebook Wednesday that it had received several complaints about offensive comments made on an associate’s personal Facebook account.

The bank didn’t name Pridmore, but Pridmore had worked there since 2008, according to a now-defunct LinkedIn profile.

‘We appreciate the concerns shared about offensive social media comments that were made through an associate’s personal Facebook account,’ the bank wrote Wednesday.

We want you to know that we share those concerns. Those comments do not reflect our values as a company or the way we do business. The associate is no longer an employee of the company.’

Pridmore’s responsibilities didn’t include approving or denying loans, according to Regions Bank. 

Regions Bank announced in a Facebook post Wednesday that Pridmore no longer worked at the company and disavowed her 'offensive' comments

Regions Bank announced in a Facebook post Wednesday that Pridmore no longer worked at the company and disavowed her ‘offensive’ comments