At the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, U.S. President Donald Trump on Wednesday will attend a breakfast meeting with Apple CEO Tim Cook and other business leaders, Reuters reports, citing “sources familiar with the situation.”
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One source initially said Cook was meeting Trump over dinner with other CEOs on Tuesday but later said Cook planned to meet the president for breakfast on Wednesday.
On Tuesday evening Trump had dinner with several CEOs in a meeting organized with the help of Trump’s adviser and daughter, Ivanka Trump, this source added.
MacDailyNews Take: In a recent survey, Apple employees said they support CEO Tim Cook’s relationship with U.S. President Trump. Hopefully, the relationship continues to pay dividends for Apple.