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Apple CEO Tim Cook has met Trump at least 5 times in a year in a desperate bid to keep him on-side amid the trade war

Business Insider Saturday, 17 August 2019
Apple CEO Tim Cook has met Trump at least 5 times in a year in a desperate bid to keep him on-side amid the trade war· *Apple CEO Tim Cook has met Donald Trump at least five times over the past year, as the president wages a trade war with China.*
· *The latest meeting took place on Friday. Trump tweeted: "Having dinner tonight with Tim Cook of Apple. They will be spending vast sums of money in the U.S. Great!"*
· *There are signs that...
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