Donald Trump — Boycott Apple! But Still Tweeting from an iPhone



As the groundwork for the presidential election is being cooked up in the United States to be held on 8 November 2016, candidates are very busy in sharpening their skills to gain the vote of reliance.

By struggling to gain an upper hand in the National issues at this moment could benefit the candidates bring them into the limelight and stardom.

Donald Trump (a Presidential Candidate from Republican Party) is not an exception to this.

Recently, Trump made a controversial statement to boycott Apple until the company handovers the San Bernardino terrorist's phone data to the authority; during a rally in South Carolina yesterday.

"First of all, Apple ought to give the security for that phone. What I think you ought to do is boycott Apple until they give that security number," Trump addressed in the rally.

This action was the outcome of the Apple denial to the request of Californian Judge to build a backdoor for the shooter's iPhone.

Although many politicians have slammed Apple's decision, the company's stand is being backed up by many Big Fishes such as Google, Facebook, Twitter, Whatsapp.

Donald Trump: Boycott Apple

Though Donald Trump's reaction to the Apple's stand against the FBI sounds very aggressive via his tweet, the most interesting fact is that he tweeted the controversial tweet from his iPhone.

As Trump's tweet got an overwhelmed response in the Twitter community, the NSA Whistleblower Edward Snowden made an entry with a gripping statement that read, "can we boycott Trump instead."

Trump earlier called Snowden "Grandstander" and demanded his execution for leaking NSA's illegal activities indirectly, while appearing in a Channel Program called "Fox and Friends" in 2013.

Donald Trump Calls for Apple Boycott

Now, Snowden had his tit for tat through a tweet.

Trump Pledged Not to Use iPhone

Apart from his tweet that said to boycott Apple, Trump had pledged that he would not use his iPhone until Apple gives the data from the terrorist's locked phone to the FBI.

"I use both iPhone & Samsung. If Apple doesn't give info to authorities on the terrorists I'll only be using Samsung until they give info," Trump tweeted.

As Trump had made some headlines with interesting tweets to boost the election campaigns, let's wait whether other candidates are on the same roadway by ballooning the "Apple v/s FBI" issue bigger.