Apple has already voiced out its disapproval of President Donald Trump’s executive order, but it appears the company might be mulling over the possibility of taking further action against the newly-inaugurated commander-in-chief and his administration. Speaking to The Wall Street Journal, CEO Tim Cook said the order, banning Syrian refugees and citizens of seven other Muslim countries from entering the US, has affected hundreds of company employees – and now Apple feels it can no longer sit idle. Despite repeatedly reaching out to “very, very senior people in the White House” in hopes of persuading the administration to revoke the…

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