#DeleteUber: Users angry at Trump Muslim ban scrap app
Hundreds of Uber users have taken screenshots of themselves deleting the ride-hailing app, accusing it of profiting from a strike by New York's taxi drivers held against President Donald Trump's ban on Muslim travellers and refugees. The hashtag #DeleteUber trended worldwide on Sunday as users also accused the company's CEO of collaborating with the new US…
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