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United States President Donald Trump held an inaugural meeting of his American Technology Council on Monday.

Among those attending was Apple CEO Tim Cook.

Tim Cook really looked like he did not want to be there.

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Like he was contemplating the sequence of events that led to him, Apple CEO, Tim Cook, listening to President of the United States Donald Trump.

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"Why am I entertaining this man?"

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"Justin Trudeau knows what quantum computing is yet here I am talking to you."

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"Seriously?"

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"Taxi!"

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The convention was held among top technology industry leaders in an attempt to accelerate innovation during Trump's term.

The session focused on methods of modernising government technology and increasing cybersecurity.

A senior Trump administration official said:

This is the beginning of a multi-year process.

But we have to start now.

And this day we believe will be a significant one in terms of generating ideas and potential solutions to some of the problems.

There are different things that need to get done in the country.

Trump's decision to remove the United States from the Paris Agreement led Tesla CEO Elon Musk to resign his positions on White House advisory boards.

HT Mashable

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