Trump calls for boycott of Apple

Trump calls for boycott of Apple
GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump has somehow caught on among the electorate by saying outrageous things, and promoting a platform that is far more fluff than substance. With Apple refusing to abide by a court order to build a version of iOS that would unlock a terrorist's Apple iPhone 5c, Trump has called for his followers to boycott Apple.

The real estate tycoon says that he has already stopped using his iPhone. "I use both iPhone & Samsung. If Apple doesn’t give info to authorities on the terrorists I’ll only be using Samsung until they give info," he said. Apple's response indicates that the company is not worried about Trump. "Trump’s call for Apple boycott puts the company in standing with other good people he has criticized," said an Apple executive. Keep in mind that a number of well-heeled tech executives applauded Apple for its stance, including Mark Cuban, an outspoken billionaire in his own right.


Despite his call to boycott Apple, Trump's official campaign store inside the North Charleston Convention Center continues to ring up Trump shirts and other Trump branded merchandise with the use of ten Apple iPads. Can you say hypocrite boys and girls?

Check out the exact moment that Trump decided to boycott Apple by clicking on the video below.




source: @realDonaldTrump, LesGrossman2015, @CNBCNow,@AnthonyNBCNews

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