Donald Trump called for the boycott of Apple until the tech company assists the government in unlocking San Bernardino shooter Syed Farook’s iPhone. During a campaign rally Friday in South Carolina, the Republican frontrunner called Farook a “young thug” and pointed out that the cellphone was issued to Farook by the California county department he worked for. A judge earlier this week ordered Apple to unlock the Farook’s phone, but the company has refused, saying it will appeal. The government filed a motion on Friday asking a judge to compel Apple to open the cellphone, saying that its refusal to do so was largely a marketing ploy.
Meanwhile, the reality TV star’s most recent tweets—before and after his call for a boycott—have all come from an Apple iPhone.