Activist Peltz says when a company puts up a big fight, it is likely hiding poor performance
- Trian Partners' Nelson Peltz says the fight Procter & Gamble is putting up to keep him off its board likely indicates how poorly the business is doing.
- Peltz, speaking at CNBC's Net/Net Summit Wednesday, also says the company "didn't want me in the inner sanctum. They didn't want me to have the real numbers."
- The activist also commented on President Trump: "Why don't we get behind this pilot and support him…?"