Trump Criticizes Apple On Twitter While Using His iPhone

He wasn't talking about HIS iPhone!

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Donald Trump is on a rampage against the Apple company right now because he evidently has nothing better or more productive to do with his time.

In a tweet this morning, because actual professional press conferences and briefings aren’t a part of Donald Trump’s vocabulary, POTUS announced that he will not be issuing Tariff waivers or relief to the tech company for Mach Pro parts that are produced in China — nevermind the fact that his daughter Ivanka produces all of her clothing in China and Donald’s very own MAGA hats have a “Made in China” stamp on the tag.

“Apple will not be given Tariff wavers (sic), or relief, for Mac Pro parts that are made in China. Make them in USA, no Tariffs!” Trump’s tweet read, with a blatant misspelling of the word “waivers.”


At first glance, this looks like nothing more than your typical Trump Twitter fit — he’s big mad about something stupid as hell and he’s taking to Twitter to let the whole world know about it despite the fact that no one gives a damn.

But if you look a little closer, you’ll notice something even more comical that Trump’s daily hissy fit. One Twitter user pointed out that while Trump bashes and berates the tech company for doing the same thing he and his family have been doing for years, he actually sent the tweet from an iPhone!

So much for hating them, huh? Or is this just like everything else in Trump’s bubble? He hates them when they’re not benefitting him.

Something tells us that no matter what the Apple company does or where they produce their products, Trump won’t be releasing those fat little fingers from that beloved iPhone of his any time soon. I mean, what else would he have to do while sitting on the john? We all know he certainly can’t read the back of the shampoo bottle.

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