“Apple would not exist without immigration”, said CEO Tim Cook

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Cook previously met with Trump both individually and as part of a group of tech industry leaders. Apple is considering now legal action to pressure the Trump administration into rescinding its executive order on immigration. Cook says hundreds of employees have been affected by the order and that he’s been contacting “very, very senior people in the White House” to tell them that rescinding the order is not only important for Apple, but because the U.S.’ strength comes from its immigrant background. The Apple CEO spent Thursday and Friday making the rounds in D.C., meeting with senators, dining with the president’s daughter and son-in-law as well as Trump’s nominee to be Veterans Affairs secretary.

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