Apple is not being silent about its political stance against Republican presumptive presidential nominee Donald Trump.
The company informed GOP leaders that it will not be providing monetary or any other form of support for the party’s 2016 presidential convention, as it has done in years past, Politico reported.
In return, Trump supporters are calling for an Apple boycott, using the hashtag #BoycottApple on social media to vent their anger.
Their decision is because of Trump’s controversial comments about women, immigrant and minorities, according to Politico.
Although opposition to Trump seems to be widespread, Apple is not part of the majority in opting out of their support. Facebook, Google and Microsoft have all expressed their intention to support the GOP next month in some form.
However, HP announced last month that it would not donate to the convention, just as BuzzFeed refused to sign a profitable ad deal with RNC because of Trump.
Meanwhile, Trump is not fazed by those who oppose him. In a statement on Saturday, he claimed he would self-fund his campaign if the GOP wavers in its support from the party.
"It would be nice if the Republicans stepped together,” Trump said in an interview with NBC News. “But I could win either way.”