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Trump says Apple refusing to unlock phones used by 'killers, drug dealers'

Reuters Tuesday, 14 January 2020 ()
President Donald Trump said on Tuesday that Apple Inc has refused to unlock phones used by criminals, in a tweet a day after Trump's attorney general accused the company of not being helpful in an investigation of a Florida shooting.
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