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Cook responds to Trump, creates more jobs in United States

Apple CEO Tim Cook and Donald Trump

"Our new data centre in Iowa will help serve millions of people across North America who use Siri, iMessage, Apple Music and other Apple services, all powered by renewable energy," said Tim Cook, Apple's CEO, in a statement late Thursday.

"Apple is responsible for 2 million jobs in all 50 states and we're proud the investment will add to the more than 10,000 jobs we already support across Iowa, providing even more economic opportunity for the community."

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Why North Korea Threatened Guam, The Tiny United States Territory With Big Military Power

Kim Jong-Un

North Korea is reviewing plans to strike U.S. military targets in Guam with its medium-range ballistic missiles to create "enveloping fire," according to state media.

KCNA: "The nuclear war hysteria of the U.S. authorities including Trump has reached an extremely reckless and rash phase for an actual war."

- Jonathan Cheng (@JChengWSJ) August 8, 2017

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China Stopped Manipulating Currency After I Became President: Donald Trump

U.S. President Donald Trump

US President Donald Trump has claimed that China stopped manipulating its currency as soon as he assumed office.

"I did say I would call China, if they were, a currency manipulator, early in my tenure. And then I get there. Number one, as soon as I got elected, they stopped. They're not -- it's not going down anymore, their currency," Trump said.

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