President Donald Trump rejected Apple’s bid to avoid tariffs on some computer parts it manufactures in China, saying the company should instead make the components in the U.S.

The Cupertino, California-based technology giant has asked the Trump administration to exclude key components that make up the forthcoming Mac Pro high-end desktop computer from 25% import tariffs, weeks after planning to relocate production of the line to China from Texas.

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