Trump called his friend and Apple CEO Tim Cook 'Tim Apple'

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Now, Apple's CEO has responded with most likely the ultimate response, by changing his Twitter name to "Tim Apple" instead of Tim Cook. You can see the change in the image at the top of this article. Now, Apple's CEO has wholeheartedly acknowledged the new title given to him by the President of the United States.

In January, President Trump confusingly referred to Republican House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy as "Steve", before then motioning to an actual Steve, House Minority Whip Steve Scalise, to come over.

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Apple CEO Tim Cook has chose to have a bit of fun at President Trump's expense after Trump mistakenly called him by the wrong name on Wednesday.

Donald Trump can hardly go a day without embarrassing himself.

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Now, the Apple CEO has replaced his last name with the Apple logo on his Twitter profile. In any case, it's on video for the world to judge.

That's Tim Apple to you, pal. "I want to look Bill Gates in the eye and call him Jim Microsoft", wrote journalist Kaleb Horton.

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A third joked: "Tim Apple is an American icon just like the famous innovators Thomas Lightbulb and Henry Car". "I have an important meeting with Jeff Amazon and Kevin Instagram", author Matt Haig added.

This was not the first time when Donald Trump got the name of a CEO wrong. He once called Paul Ryan "Ron".

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The Verge pointed out it wasn't even Trump's first time messing up an executive's name in such fashion; previous year, he once called Lockheed Martin CEO Marillyn Hewson "Marillyn Lockheed".