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Tim Cook is now Tim Apple on Twitter after Donald Trump name flub

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Donald Trump mistakenly calls Apple CEO Tim Cook ‘Tim Apple’
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Tim Cook has officially changed his name to Tim Apple after U.S. President Donald Trump flubbed the Apple CEO’s name during a news conference on Wednesday.

Trump made the gaffe during an American Workforce Policy Advisory Board Meeting at the White House as Cook and the president’s daughter Ivanka Trump were seated next to him.

“You’ve really put a big investment in our country,” Trump said to Cook. “We appreciate it very much, Tim Apple.”

Cook didn’t correct the president, letting Trump to carry on with his remarks.

Tim Cook has officially changed his name to Tim Apple after U.S. President Donald Trump flubbed the Apple CEO’s name during a news conference on Wednesday.

However, on Thursday, Cook changed his name on his Twitter bio to include an Apple logo, an apparent ode to Trump’s slip of the tongue.

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Though, if you are an Android user, Cook’s name will only appear as “Tim ,” as only Apple and IOS users can see the tweak.

Here’s a look at some of the social media reaction.

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