A tweet in support of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals act draws 100,000 likes and one troll. On Twitter, that’s all it takes.
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My take: I don’t know Jeffrey Thompson, “Computer Geek for Jesus Christ,” but I know the type—the bandwidth hog that will have the last word—and I’ve learned to give it wide berth.
What matters to investors is that with his message of support for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DECA) program, Tim Cook has touched a raw nerve. He’s telling the computer geeks for Trump, in effect, that he doesn’t need their business.
See also: Tim Cook walks a political tightrope.