What did Tim Cook and Trump talk about?

What did Tim Cook and Trump talk about?

What did Tim Cook and Trump talk about?

"Since moving into the White House, Mr Trump has shown an impatience bordering on intolerance toward peaceful protests, the media and even the democratic process itself".

US President Donald Trump will visit the United Kingdom in July for a "working meeting", it has been announced.

In a statement, Prime Minister Theresa May's spokesman added: "The President of the United States will visit the UK on July 13".

Trump is preparing to send a delegation to China to try to head off a trade war that stands to harm Apple, the world's largest technology company, and other hardware makers that build products in China.

Trump had previously decried Apple for manufacturing products in China, where the company has been accused of poor worker treatment in factories. China retaliated against an initial round of $50 billion in tariffs.

Trump might try to get Cook to produce iPhones in the USA, which Apple will nearly certainly not do.

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"We will be talking about many things, including how the USA has been treated unfairly for many years, by many countries, on trade", Trump said on Twitter ahead of the sit-down.

But the trip was scrubbed after Trump balked at the cost of the new building, which came in north of a billion dollars. Trump and Apple CEO Tim Cook will talk behind closed doors Wednesday afternoon, with the two likely to discuss Trump's ongoing tariff-driven trade war with China. However, Trump has shifted to a less confrontational stance towards Apple.

Mr Trump cancelled a planned trip to London to open the new U.S. embassy in Vauxhall earlier this year, complaining the move to an "off location" south of the Thames had been a "bad deal".

In an interview with ABC News in January, Cook said that the corporate tax cuts will "result in job creation and a faster growing economy".

Cook was already in Washington to attend a White House formal dinner last night to honor the French President. The Apple executives sat at the main table, alongside the President, First Lady Melania Trump, France's President Emmanuel Macron and his wife, and Secretary of State nominee Mike Pompeo.

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