Tech giants like Apple, Google, and Netflix were some of the first big businesses to strongly come out against President Donald Trump's recent executive order temporarily suspending the entry of refugees from Syria and restricting travel from seven majority-Muslim countries. Now, a handful of the powerful American companies are reportedly working on a letter to the president detailing their opposition to the travel ban.
Recode's Kara Swisher first reported on Wednesday night that the tech firms -- Facebook, Google, Apple, Uber, among others -- are coming together to draft a letter to President Trump against the controversial executive action and in support of immigration. The companies are also hoping to involve big US businesses from other industries, according to the report.
In a draft of the letter obtained by recode, the tech giants condemn the administration's blanket ban as "not the right approach." Here's the full text of the draft letter, via the recode report: