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Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump called on Friday for a boycott of Apple products until the tech giant agrees to U.S. government demands that it unlock the cellphone of one of the killers in the San Bernardino, California, attack.
"Boycott Apple until such time as they give that information," Trump said at a campaign event in Pawleys Island, South Carolina. "It just occurred to me."
A few minutes after calling for the boycott, Trump (or his campaign) sent multiple tweets from an iPhone, according to Twitter data.
To be sure, Trump has also tweeted from an Android device in the past, suggesting it is possible that the Republican presidential candidate has multiple phones.
Trump said he plans to stop using his iPhone and instead will rely on a Samsung device until Apple cooperates with authorities.
Trump made the off-the-cuff comment at a town hall-style event at a country club in Pawleys Island, a day before that state's Republican presidential nominating contest.
The Republican front-runner in the 2016 White House race has been a frequent critic of Apple and called on the company to make more products in the United States.
Trump's spokeswoman, Hope Hicks, said the real estate mogul does not use an iPhone.
His latest comments came as the U.S. Department of Justice filed a motion seeking to force Apple to comply with a judge's order for the company to unlock the iPhone belonging to one of the San Bernardino shooters, portraying the tech company's refusal as a "marketing strategy."
The filing escalated a showdown between the Obama administration and Silicon Valley over security and privacy that ignited earlier this week.
— CNBC's Sarah Whitten contributed to this report.