Apple was asked by the Trump administration in 2018 to provide information about Don McGahan
In 2018, the Trump administration quietly asked Apple to send data about Trump’s White House counsel. According to the New York Times, it contained information specifically about former US President Donald Trump’s White House counsel, Don McGahan.
Apple did not say what information it provided to the government. Sources say Trump was angry with McGuinness over Robert Mueller’s Russian investigation. Just a few days ago, during Trump’s tenure, Apple was asked to provide information on two Democratic party leaders, Adam Schiff and Eric Swalwell.
Although Apple did not provide details, it questioned the company’s credibility. To prevent this from happening again in the coming days, Apple has set up a new team of 25 people who will notify the company if the government asks for more data.