Donald Trump wants to coerce Apple into manufacturing devices in the United States
Aside from bashing on both his Republican and Democrat competitors in the 2016 race to the White House, Donal Trump also touched heavily on outsourcing in his speech.
The presidential candidate initiates his outsourcing theories based on Ford's intention to move its factories to Mexico, claiming that he's planning to impose a 35% import tax on all products assembled or manufactured outside of the US.
Delusions aside, it would certainly be beneficial for the US if Apple were to assemble its products on domestic soil. Such a move would create jobs, a direct source of growth for the economy. Furthermore, from a human rights perspective, the concerns regarding working conditions at Foxconn plants in China would be dissolved.
Unfortunately, however, the POTUS doesn't have the kind of power to make this happen without severely limiting free trade, the very basic assumption of modern economic philosophies.