Trump had then railed against Apple for outsourcing manufacturing to China and called on the company to bring those jobs to plants in the US, AppleInsider reported. I used to say, "Tim, you gotta start doing it here", and you really have, you've really put a big investment in our country.
Perhaps that's why he's unable to fathom the idea that the man who now heads Apple, Tim Cook, isn't actually called Tim Apple. To be fair, Trump did get Tim Cook's name right in the beginning.
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Video footage from multiple sources, including The Guardian and CNBC, shows Trump praising the tech mogul for his contributions in the field before getting his name wrong while sitting right next to him. "Calling Tim Cook Tim Apple to his face is my version of the American dream".
Still, this wouldn't be the first time Trump has gotten confused about an executive's name. Nearly exactly a year ago, Trump called Marillyn Hewson, the CEO of aerospace firm Lockheed Martin, "Marillyn Lockheed".
According to Apple Insider, the gaffe occurred during the end of the meeting. As always, the 45th and current president of the United States would not disappoint with the light shined on him.