The highly anticipated rate hike from the Federal Reserve may take a back seat Wednesday to Trump Tech Summit which is set to take place at Trump Tower the same day.
Executives from some of Silicon Valley’s biggest companies have been summoned by our President-elect to meet and discuss the future of America, and how they intend to make it greater.
Representatives from the following companies will be in attendance at TrumpCon:
You read correctly, Tesla is at the table with The Don. And as we know, if you’re not at the table, you’re the meal.
Notice how Twitter is not at the table? They’re the entree.
Silicon Valley prides itself in being a utopian safe space, where passive aggression and Game of Thrones style perversions are the means of dominance. Thus, it comes as no surprise that the cucks at Gizmodo are throwing serious shade on the event:
Writer’s Note: Nice angle, Hudson
In reality, the meeting is likely to be quite civil. Some handshakes for the camera in the golden lobby, a few suggestions from our Premier, and off they go, back to California where the mountains are high and the beaches long.
The meeting could garner more attention than the highly anticipated Fed Rate decision, set for 2pm tomorrow. This is sort of like when the King of Pop Mike Jackson died and everyone overlooked Farrah Fawcett.
The tech-heavy NASDAQ is going absolutely apeshit to the upside ahead of the event, dealing swift castration to short sellers in Tesla and other companies.
Most tech leaders are adults and respect the USA system of picking president and have expressed solidarity with Premier Trump.
Reuters reached out to some of our best tech leaders for response:
Oracle’s CEO Safra Catz told Reuters that he plans on telling Trump “we are with him and are here to help in any way we can.”
Eric Schmidt, chairman of Alphabet said during an interview, “We should congratulate the next president of the United States […] Most people did not expect this outcome and it’s a pretty amazing story.”
Jeff Bezos, CEO of Amazon tweeted, “[C]ongratulations to @realDonaldTrump. I for one give him my most open mind and wish him great success in his service to the country.”
Tim Cook, CEO of Apple told employees in a memo, “Regardless of which candidate each of us supported as individuals, the only way to move forward is to move forward together.”
Others were still feeling a personally attacked by the devastating defeat of their low-energy candidate and offered a negative sentiment. Namely Cheif Executive Censoror Mark Zuckerberg:
Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Facebook posted on his Facebook wall, “We are all blessed to have the ability to make the world better, and we have the responsibility to do it. Let’s go work even harder.”
Despicable insolence aside, leaders from these top Silicon Valley companies will be meeting with our President-elect Wednesday and the prevailing sentiment on Wall Street is that this is a good thing.
The NASDAQ is at all time highs and climbing.