Tuesday, January 19, 2016


Donald Trump is taking on Apple. He recently has criticized the fact that one of their most popular products is not made in America. Trump is quoted as saying "I was made in America and look at how great I am."

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump warned that he would force Apple, the U.S.'s most profitable company, to manufacture all of its products in the U.S. if he is elected president in November 2016.

Technology blog Gizmodo reports that during a speech at Liberty University in Virginia late Monday, the frontrunner for the GOP ticket said, "We're going to get Apple to build their damn computers and things in this country instead of in other countries."
Tim Cook responded to Trump and said "First of all, we all know that Trump was not made in America. The evidence clearly shows that he is from outer space. Secondly, because so many Americans graduate from Liberty University we simply cannot find the talent to produce the iDamnthing in the United States. Faith and prayer doesn't do a damn thing when you're trying to make an iDamnthing."

The iDamnthing is one of the most popular products that Apple has ever produced. It is the only product that successfully removes the "damned spot." The "damned spot" had baffled scientists and engineers ever since Shakespearian times, until Steve Wozniak built the first working iDamnthing in the garage of some friend of his. Many of the unsuccessful prototypes built by Wozniak have ended up in unusual places. For example, the very first was bought by Donald Trump. He paid one billion dollars for the very first iDamnthing and he wears it on the top of his head. Wozniak has said "It actually works, but it was just so damned ugly, we thought no one would buy it." There are many who wish that Trump would activate it. 

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