“I love this,” he said.
“I like the fact that it’s a bear.
The logo for the bears, I love it.”
“I think the bear symbolizes something that’s really important in our country and I think the government is really important.”
He’s not the first Disney CEO to embrace the logo, which was introduced in 2015 as part of the $1.9 billion acquisition of Pixar by Disney.
It’s also become synonymous with Disney-owned theme parks and the Disney brand.
In January, Walt Disney Co. announced that the bear logo would become part of Disney Parks and resorts’ logo.
In 2018, the company rolled out a new logo that includes a bear with a white background.
The new logo also includes a bow and arrows on the left shoulder.
“The bears logo has become part and parcel of our Disney brand,” Walt Disney said in a statement.
The logo, designed by famed cartoonist Frank Frazetta, was created by Disney artist Jim Molyneux and published in the 1930s.
It featured a “bears” logo with a bear holding a bow, surrounded by the words “Disneyland.”
It was a common symbol in Europe and was a symbol of the country’s strength and culture.