Tim Cook Changed His Twitter Handle to ‘Tim Apple’

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The day after being addressed as “Tim Apple” (Time + Apple emoji) by President Trump, during a press conference for the first meeting of the American Workforce Policy Advisory Board, Tim Cook wanted everyone to know that he’s in on the joke.

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The mobile mogul took it upon himself to change his name on his official Twitter account after receiving gratitude for Apple’s investments in the U.S.

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The official White House transcript of Trump’s remarks was written as “We appreciate it very much, Tim — Apple.” Tim Cook’s new emoji follows a week after Elon Musk, Tesla’s CEO, briefly changed his name to “Elon Tusk,” with an elephant emoji on the side.

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