Tim Cook: we asked Trump to hang with Paris meridian understanding ‘but it wasn’t enough’

Apple CEO Tim Cook says he attempted to speak President Trump into gripping a U.S. in a Paris meridian settle though “it wasn’t enough.”

In a memo to Apple employees Thursday afternoon, Cook voiced his beating with Trump’s preference to lift out of a tellurian agreement.

“I wish to encourage we that today’s developments will have no impact on Apple’s efforts to strengthen a environment,” Cook wrote in a message, that was performed by CNN. “We appetite scarcely all of a operations with renewable energy, that we trust is an instance of something that’s good for a world and creates good business clarity as well.”

Cook joins a flourishing carol of business and Silicon Valley executives panning a president’s preference to lift a U.S. out of a accord. Earlier on Thursday, Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk quit dual of a president’s business advisory councils after Trump announced his decision.

According to a Mar news in a Washington Post, Cook is operative with a White House Office of American Innovation. Apple did not criticism on either Cook would continue operative with this group.

On Twitter, Cook serve criticized Trump’s move, tweeting: “Decision to repel from a #ParisAgreeement was wrong for a planet. Apple is committed to quarrel meridian change and we will never waver.”

In his memo to employees, Cook pronounced he spoke to Trump on Tuesday to try to convince him to keep a U.S. in a Paris deal.

Other tech executives including Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and Google CEO Sundar Pichai have also voiced beating in a preference and reiterated their joining to tolerable technologies.

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