Trump to tour Apple factory with Tim Cook on Wednesday

Trump to tour Apple factory with Tim Cook on Wednesday
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President TrumpDonald John TrumpLev Parnas implicates Rick Perry, says Giuliani had him pressure Ukraine to announce Biden probe Saudi Arabia paid 0 million for cost of US troops in area Parnas claims ex-Trump attorney visited him in jail, asked him to sacrifice himself for president MORE will tour an Apple manufacturing plant in Austin, Texas, with Apple CEO Tim Cook on Wednesday. 

White House spokesman Judd Deere confirmed an Austin American-Statesman report that the tour would occur in a tweet Saturday. 

An unidentified White House official told the newspaper that Trump, Cook and senior administration officials will hear from employees about how products are made there.

The newspaper reported that Trump will travel with Treasury Secretary Steven MnuchinSteven Terner MnuchinOn The Money — Presented by Wells Fargo — Senate approves Trump trade deal with Canada, Mexico | Senate Dems launch probe into Trump tax law regulations | Trump announces Fed nominees Senate Democrats launch investigation into Trump tax law regulations Treasury watchdog to investigate Trump opportunity zone program MORE and National Economic Council Director Larry KudlowLawrence (Larry) Alan KudlowMORE as well as his daughter Ivanka TrumpIvana (Ivanka) Marie TrumpTrump scheduled to attend Davos amid impeachment trial Lawmakers introduce bill to bolster artificial intelligence, quantum computing Hillicon Valley: Lawmakers say Facebook deepfake ban falls short | House passes bills to win 5G race | Feds sound alarm on cyberthreat from Iran | Ivanka Trump appearance at tech show sparks backlash MORE and son-in-law Jared KushnerJared Corey KushnerThe Hill's 12:30 Report: Senate receives impeachment articles as trial opens Kushner: When you work for Trump 'you don't make the waves, he makes the waves' Trump scheduled to attend Davos amid impeachment trial MORE.

Apple announced in September that it would continue manufacturing its Mac Pro in Austin after U.S. officials agreed to exempt certain computer parts from the administration's latest tariffs. Prior to the announcement, it was reported that Apple might have had to move production to China.