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Tech leaders respond as the Trump administration plans to end DACA

When Attorney General Jeff Sessions confirmed plans to end the Obama era Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) policy, tech's top leaders spoke out. Tim Cook defended Apple's 250 Dreamer employees in a tweet and in a letter sent to Apple staff wrote, "we issue an urgent plea for our leaders in Washington to protect the Dreamers so their futures can never be put at risk in this way again." Mark Zuckerberg called the decision "cruel" and "a sad day for our country" in a Facebook post.

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