'Hate is a cancer': Apple CEO addresses racism in staff email

'Hate is a cancer': Apple CEO addresses racism in staff email

Following the events in Charlottesville, which saw ‘alt-right’ protesters contest the removal of a statue of Robert E Lee from a park manifesting into a white supremacist riot, Trump has said both sides were to blame for the violence.

However, Apple CEO Tim Cook, has addressed the violence in an email to his employees, condemning racism and bigotry, as well as President Trump's response to the tragedy.

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