The way I read his comments, he's "livid" about the sorry state of the US corporate tax structure pushing companies to keep their money oversees and pay foreign taxes instead of taking that money back to the US and pay US taxes. I didn't take it that he was blaming Apple, per se.
And for anyone who thinks Apple is dodging taxes somehow, they're not. They're paying taxes, just not US taxes. If our corporate tax rates weren't so crazy-high, then maybe they would keep more of that money here and pay US taxes. They might even invest in more infrastructure here, and hire more people here, which would generate more income tax as well. That's how LOWER taxes can INCREASE revenue when taxes are too high, especially in this case. There's a sweet-spot for maximizing tax revenue, and we're clearly well above it.