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They've unveiled "in error" that Apple's CEO is gay (video)

Tim-Cook-CEOAn embarrassment prevailed on CNBC when during a talk about homosexuals a guest revealed that Apple's CEO was gay.

The chatter on the panel had been lit up for good and everyone there was talking about the CEOs who have publicly admitted that they are gay. Then a guest who knows Tim Cook said Steve Jobs's successor was gay.

He then tried to remake his phrase: "Oh dear, was it my fault? I thought he had said he was gay. "

The others continued the conversation as if nothing had happened without commenting on the revelation in question.

In a recent past, Tim Cook said in a speech that he was discriminated against, but did not specifically mention his sexuality.


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