Apple and Twitter were subjected to harsh criticism Trump
The heads of some of the largest US companies have joined the criticism of the US president's decree of Donald Trump on refugees, reports Mashable.
The heads of some of the largest US companies have joined the criticism of the US president's decree of Donald Trump on refugees
''Apple would not exist without immigrants, rather than something that thrive and grow, as it is now", - quotes the edition of Apple's CEO Tim Cook.
Cook pointed out that some members of the new decree Trump touched directly and the company will do its best to help them. According to the head of Apple, the corporation has already got in touch with the White House and tried to explain how negative will be the effect of the decree.
Chapter Uber Travis Kalanick also expressed concern about the policy of the president and said his staff come under attack. According Kalanika decree touched "thousands of drivers."
Critique of the head and joined Netflix Reed Hastings, and the head of Twitter, Jack Dorsey, who said that their companies were successful on that immigrants working in them. Dorsey said that the new decree harms the economy.
Previously, the founder of Facebook Mark Zuckerberg said that "the United States - is a nation of immigrants" and should be proud of it.
Presidential Decree suspend for 120 days the reception of refugees in the United States, and the placement of refugees from Syria bans for an indefinite period. In addition, more stringent entry requirements and the entry of some countries with a predominantly Muslim population is suspended for 90 days. According to Reuters, talking about Iraq, Iran, Syria, Sudan, Yemen, Libya and Somalia.