Papa John's founder has left the company after admitting to saying the N-word on a conference call. Here's a look into his history of controversy, from slamming Obamacare to donating to Trump's campaign. (PZZA)

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Business Insider—Reuters Papa John's founder and former CEO John Schnatter resigned as chairman of the company after admitting to using the N-word on a company conference call.  The call was to discuss preventing further controversy for the pizza chain, following backlash when Schnatter slammed NFL leadership over players' national anthem protests last year.  Schnatter previously sparked controversy in his opposition to Obamacare and donated to Trump's presidential campaign.  The founder and former CEO of...

Papa John's controversial founder is being kicked out of the chain's office after saying the N-word during a conference call (PZZA). Jason Merrit/Getty Papa John's has booted founder John Schnatter out of its office in the wake of reports that he used a racial slur during a conference call in May. Schnatter, formerly CEO of the company, admitted to using the N-word during the call and apologized last week. Schnatter has resigned as chairman and has been scrubbed from the company's marketing materials. In under a week, John Schnatter has gone from being the face of Papa John's to being its biggest downfall. Schnatter, Papa...