Tim Cook Changes Twitter Name After Meeting With Trump

By kmvq on March 8, 2019
TOPSHOT – This March 7, 2019 photo illustration in Washington, DC shows the Twitter feed of Apple chief executive Tim Cook, who turned into “Tim Apple” on social media Thursday, March 7, 2019 after a slip-up by US President Donald Trump sparked a viral moment on Twitter. – The Twittersphere reacted after a Wednesday, March 6, 2019 White House meeting where the US president thanked “Tim Apple” for the tech giant’s investments and job creations. Cook changed his Twitter handle the following morning, using the Apple icon and his first name to get in on the fun. Some Twitter users offered other suggestions for the president including Bill Microsoft (Gates), Elon Tesla (Musk) and even George America (Washington). (Photo by STRINGER / AFP) (Photo credit should read STRINGER/AFP/Getty Images)

During meeting with Tim Cook, President of the United States, Donald Trump accidentally messed up the CEO of Apple’s name; calling him “Tim Apple”. After the mishap, Tim Cook hilariously changed his name to Tim Apple, well technically “Tim ”.

We’re unsure if Trump was being serious or not, but the whole situation is hilarious.

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