In a tweet, the President said that his administration will not grant the tech-giant any relief on Mac Pro parts made in China.
The tariffs are 25% on certain parts, which means that customers might be footing the bill.
Apple recently sent a letter to the Trump administration warning that the USA economy and its ability to compete will hurt if its products are hit with the tariffs.
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Bloomberg first reported earlier this week that Apple had asked the administration to omit parts for the Mac Pro from tariffs on Chinese imports.
Representatives for Apple had no immediate comment on either the tariff or Texas plant comments on Friday. Priced at $6,000 and up, it is aimed at professional users such as movie and music studios.
Yet the president said on Twitter that Apple would get no such relief. The company is also spending $390 million with supplier Finisar Corp that helped the chipmaker re-open a 700,000-square-foot factory in Texas.
But tech companies are concerned that the trade truce could fall apart, and the Trump administration will use more tariffs as leverage over China. The company asked for an exemption on some of the parts necessary in the build, including a power supply unit, the stainless-steel enclosure, finished mice and trackpads, and circuit boards.
"There are no other sources for this proprietary, Apple-designed component", it said in a filing.