Tim Cook Changed His Name On Twitter After Trump Referred To Him As “Tim Apple”

Tim Cook, the CEO of Apple, has changed his Twitter name to Tim Apple in an apparent reference to Donald Trump fudging up his name at a recent televised meeting.



Cook was attending an American Workforce Policy Advisory Board meeting on Wednesday (March 6) with the president when the mishap happened, and social media hasn’t stopped talking about it since.




You’d think the CEO of America’s first trillion-dollar company would be a reputable enough figure for the President to know who he actually is. It’s possible it was just an error, but that’s up to you to decide.

It’s entirely possible Trump simply got his words mixed up. Perhaps he meant to say Tim and Apple separately as he was trying to express gratitude to both Tim Cook and Apple?




Not to worry though, because Cook has joined in with the laughter by changing his Twitter name to Tim Apple, using the tech giant’s logo. Genius.

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