Having asked rhetorically “Who do they think they are?” of Apple, Donald Trump went one step further.
At a campaign rally in South Carolina Friday, the Republican candidate was talking about bringing jobs back from China when he abruptly segued into lambasting Apple’s decision not to comply with an FBI order demanding it hack an iPhone tied the San Bernardino terror attack.
“First of all, Apple ought to give the security for that phone,” he said. “What I think you ought to do is boycott Apple until such time as they give that security number.”
“How do you like that? I just thought of that,” he said.