UPDATE Jan. 29 9:37 a.m.:
Lyft, Uber's chief competitor, will donate $1 million to the American Civil Liberties Union over the next four years, the company announced in a statement on Sunday.
Uber CEO Travis Kalanick promised to compensate its drivers that were stranded overseas, but did not outright condemn President Trump's immigration ban.
ORIGINAL STORY: In the midst of protests against President Trump's immigration ban, New York taxi drivers started striking and wouldn't pick up anyone from JFK International Airport.
Uber drivers didn't follow suit, prompting many users to delete the app, posting evidence they did so with #DeleteUber.
Uber CEO Travis Kalanick is part of an economic advisory group that meets with Trump.
Other NYC taxi drivers announced the strike on Twitter.
Here's some of the evidence of #DeleteUber.
The "share details" field became a place for users to sound off.
Supporters of the ban said #DeleteUber activists were overly sensitive.
Others thought the drivers were just doing their jobs.