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Thursday, 17 August 2017

Apple's CEO Disagrees With Trump, Promises Donations To Rights Groups

Apple Inc CEO Tim Cook has joined a tune of business pioneers who have voiced their restriction to United States President Donald Trump after he faulted white patriots and against prejudice activists similarly for brutality in Virginia throughout the end of the week.

"I can't help contradicting the president and other people who trust that there is an ethical comparability between racial oppressors and Nazis, and the individuals who restrict them by going to bat for human rights. Comparing the two runs counter to our goals as Americans," Cook wrote in a note late on Wednesday to workers, as indicated by innovation news site Recode.

Prior in the week, Cook went to web-based social networking to tweet his judgment of "the fear of racial domination and bigot savagery."

Cook likewise said in the letter that Apple will give $1 million a piece toward the Southern Poverty Law Center and the Anti-Defamation League and will coordinate two-for-one their gifts to the associations and other human rights bunches until Sept. 30.

Cook's letter came hours after Trump disbanded two prominent business counseling boards as a few CEOs quit in challenge over his comments accusing end of the week brutality in Charlottesville, Virginia on hostile to prejudice activists and white patriots that left a 32-year-old lady dead.

Prior on Wednesday, the organization was handicapping Apple Pay on a few sites that offer clothing and things in help of white patriots and despise gatherings, a few tech news sites announced.

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