Trump speaks with Apple’s Tim Cook about how a economy will recover
President Trump encourages Americans to use good hygiene as states free and says Apple CEO Tim Cook predicts a United States’ mercantile liberation bend will be V-shaped.
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President Trump pronounced he and Apple CEO Tim Cook are both awaiting a thespian mercantile liberation from a coronavirus pandemic-driven downturn that has cost millions of Americans their jobs.
During a White House coronavirus news lecture Friday evening, Trump pronounced he’d oral with Cook progressing in a day.
President Donald Trump speaks about a coronavirus in a James Brady Press Briefing Room of a White House, Friday, Apr 24, 2020, in Washington. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)
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“They have a good clarity of a market, and he feels it’s going to be a V,” Trump said. “The V is neatly ceiling after on as we indeed get it entirely open.”
Cook is one of a business leaders Trump has tapped for a row of mercantile advisers. Other executives embody New England Patriots owners Robert Kraft, Dallas Mavericks owners Mark Cuban and sidestep account manager Ken Griffin, a Associated Press formerly reported.
Apple CEO Tim Cook (MANDEL NGAN/AFP around Getty Images)
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The boss went on to surveillance a $484 billion coronavirus impulse package that he sealed Friday. The supports embody $310 billion to feed a Paycheck Protection Program for tiny businesses to continue profitable employees.
“I consider there’s going to be a extensive ceiling shift,” he said.
The latest turn of service authorized by Congress on Thursday and sealed by Trump Friday also includes $75 billion for hospitals, $60 billion for another mercantile disaster loan module and $25 billion for COVID-19 testing.
FOX Business’ Megan Henney contributed reporting.
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