Laurene Powell Jobs, a prominent Silicon Valley philanthropist and widow of Apple(aapl) co-founder Steve Jobs, was scheduled to meet with President Donald Trump on Wednesday.
Powell Jobs, who was a Hillary Clinton donor during the 2016 presidential campaign, was slated to discuss immigration and education reform with the president, CNN reported, citing sources who claim to have knowledge of the meeting.
Powell Jobs is president of the Emerson Collective, a philanthropic organization she founded in 1997 that focuses on immigration and education. On its website, the organization says that it's focused on "removing barriers to opportunity."
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The president and Powell Jobs appear to be at odds on several issues. A recent tweet by Emerson Collective, for instance, includes an article about a lawyer helping undocumented immigrants navigate President Trump's efforts to ramp up deportations. The tweet says the article highlights "the urgency & uncertainty of life under Trump."
Meanwhile, the president's education policy is largely focused on the need for school vouchers.
Last year, Powell Jobs was one of the top Hillary Clinton supporters in Silicon Valley. According to CNN, Powell Jobs donated $2 million to Clinton's super PAC Priorities USA through Emerson Collective, and held a $200,000-a-person fundraiser for the former secretary of state.
hile it's not immediately clear what Powell Jobs and Trump hope to achieve with their discussion, a spokesman for Emerson Collective told CNN that Powell Jobs views the meting as an opportunity to share her side of the argument to the president.