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Apple’s Tim Cook attacks Trump’s travel ban

By Reuters
09 February 2017   |   1:56 pm
Apple CEO Tim Cook criticises U.S. President Donald Trump's immigration ban on seven Muslim-majority countries during a speech at the University of Glasgow, where he received an honorary doctorate.

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