Apple CEO Tim Cook gave a gift to Donald Trump a $5,999 Mac Pro in 2019 when he was going to visite ‘Apple’s first Mac Pro’ computer made in a factory in Texas, USA. Trump wrote at least that his final ‘Financial Disclosure’ report.
Meanwhile, The Verge reports that Trump’s claim Tim Cook gave him a Mac Pro cannot be true. Because Apple has been making Mac Pro computers since 2013. And Trump was not president then.
Former US President Donald Trump called Tim Cook, the chief executive officer of Apple Inc. a US IT company by the same name.
Then maybe he changed his name on Twitter out of anger, sadness or resentment. Tim wrote and added Apple’s emoji next to it. Of course, those are old facts.
The list of gifts given to Donald Trump has been published on Twitter by David Enrich, editor of the business investigation section of the American newspaper The New York Times. There are some more well-known names besides Tim Cook.
For example, Bill Ford, the executive chairman of the Ford Motor Company, presented Trump with a leather bomber jacket worth $529. Dennis Mullenberg, a former CEO of The Boeing Company gifted $499 to the golf club.
Check out the gifts that people –– including the CEOs of @Boeing, @Ford and @Apple –– gave Trump. (from his final financial disclosure report, released today) https://t.co/nJYwiIxvAB pic.twitter.com/WiZP5HZ3EJ
— David Enrich (@davidenrich) January 21, 2021
According to information cited by Donald Trump, the most expensive gift he received was from Timothy Davis, CEO of the Greatest Generations Foundation. Timothy’s gift was a bronze sculpture worth $25,970.
Nowhere does Trump mention when he received the awards. But if he got a Mac Pro for $5,999 today, it would be the least expensive version of the Mac Pro. There was no monitor. Let’s take a look at some of the notable ones on the computer:
3.5 GHz 6-core Intel Xeon W processor
32 GB DDR4 RAM (4 of 8 GB)
256 GB Solid State Drive (SSD)
Magic Mouse 2
macOS operating system