Tim Cook was among the crest tech commanders who sat down with Trump ahead of induction in hopes of helping shape the new president’s tech plan. But like many of those who impounded a flash of hope for some post-election softening of expedition rhetoric, Apple’s CEO has find more than a few reasons to push back. In the aftermath of the savagery in Charlottesville last month that ended in three deaths, Cook issued a statement highlighting his disagreement with Trump’s response.
Cook took to Twitter this morning, to expand on his support the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals( DACA) following news that Trump could terminate the program next week. Signed by President Obama in 2012, the “Dreamers” program safeguards undocumented young migrants from the risk of being eviction. In his tweet, Cook explained that the company currently hires 250 Dreamer.