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SILICON VALLEY — Apple shares fell more than 1 percent in trading on Wednesday, following Donald Trump’s unexpected presidential victory. On the campaign trail, Trump mentioned the company by name several times, at one point even calling for his supporters to boycott Apple’s products.
Apple is America’s largest company by market value, and in some ways, represents a proxy for Trump’s grievances with American manufacturers.
“We’re going to get Apple to build their damn computers in…