Trump’s anti-immigrant plan will hurt the economy according to Apple and other companies

We all know that Apple’s CEO, Tim Cook, doesn’t get along too well with the current president and White House resident, Donald Trump, and the block chief has his reasons for having his opinion reserved about him. We were able to start knowing this because Trump rejected the agreement of the Paris plan against climate change, although many mayors of large cities don’t agree with the president either. Another big plan that Trump was planning to make during his election campaign was to greatly restrict access to immigrants and this will have a serious effect on the country’s economy which has been communicated to the president by Apple, Google, Microsoft, Facebook and other U.S. companies.

The United States offers the visa to all immigrants who have special or specific skills to work in U.S. companies. Several months ago we saw how Tim Cook said that the problem in the United States to manufacture iPhone terminals was not the most expensive labor, but that there is not enough culture and knowledge in the country to develop a whole factory of this product so important for Cupertino’s company.

Trump’s anti-immigrant plan will hurt the economy according to Apple and other companies
Trump’s anti-immigrant plan will hurt the economy according to Apple and other companies

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There is a bit of irony in all of this given that the United States, in a country that is one of the greatest powers in the world today thanks to immigrants , as well as being a nation that has had one of the best presidents in history, Barack Obama, who was black and therefore his ancestors were immigrants.

It is clear that several movements in Trump’s election campaign were going to have a disastrous effect on the country’s economy and citizenry, and we are only at the beginning of a possible disaster in the United States. Fortunately, several companies, including Apple, are going to contribute a large amount of money to create jobs in the country.

Source : 9to5Mac

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