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President, He lashed out at Apple on Friday, saying that he would not have to comply with the company’s application for a fee exemption for the parts in the Mac Pro.

“Apple will not be given the Rate of drop [sic], or light, Mac Pro spare parts, made in China,” He wrote on Twitter. “They are in the USA, there is no Cost.”

Earlier this month, the Cupertino, California-based Apple filed several dockets to the office of the U.S. Trade Representative to seek relief for a variety of components, including the cables, printed circuit boards, and a stainless-steel and aluminum frame, the high-end computer.

In June, The Wall Street Journal has reported that the Mac Pro, which was introduced in June at a starting price of $ 5,999, which would be the final assembly was in China, moving production to Texas.

The news that Apple is looking at the foreclosure was first reported by the international monetary Fund.

The following is a tweet, shares of Apple dipped slightly, but was still trading higher on Friday, up 0.58 percent to $208.22.

Apple did not immediately return a request for comment for this story.

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