Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, changed his name on Twitter, Trump had said, ‘Tim Apple’

Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, the world’s largest technology company, has changed his name on Twitter. Tim Cok has taken this decision after the sentence when American President Donald Trump at the American Workforce Policy Advisory Board meeting in the White House called Tim Cook as “Tim Apple”. Actually, Donald Trump had forgotten Tim Cook’s name.

After the meeting of the American Workforce Policy Advisory Board and being called “Tim Apple” by Trump, Tim Cook has changed his name on Twitter, which is visible only to iPhone and Mac users. In fact, Tim Cook has put an Apple emoji in front of his name, although Tim Cook has not officially confirmed it.

This meeting was called for the use and importance of technology in education. In this meeting, Trump first praised Tim Cok, Apple CEO, and said, “Tim is moving forward in all areas. You are doing all the things in the same way as I wanted myself. You have also invested big in our country. We appreciate you for this, Tim Apple.” The video of this meeting is becoming very viral on social media.

Although this is not the first time Donald Trump forgot the name of someone. Even before that he had forgotten many people’s names. In January this year, he called Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos as Jeff Bozo, while last year he called Marilyn Lockheed to Lockheed Martin Company CEO Marilyn Hughes. Read more posts…

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