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Lil Yachty Threatens President Donald Trump: “I’ll Never Forgive Him If He Ban TikTok”

SOHH Saturday, 1 August 2020
Lil Yachty Threatens President Donald Trump: “I’ll Never Forgive Him If He Ban TikTok”Atlanta rapper Lil Yachty isn’t here for Donald Trump‘s TikTok ban talk. The hip-hop star has come forward to publicly share his frustrations with the head of state threatening to end Americans’ access to the Chinese-owned social media platform. Lil Yachty Slams Trump This weekend, Yachty hit up his social media pages to get at […]

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News video: Trump sets deadline for TikTok sale or shutdown

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President Donald Trump has set a deadline of September 15 for TikTok, thepopular Chinese-owned video app, to be sold to a US company or he will shut itdown in the States. He predicted a deal would be made as while the app was a"great asset", it was not a great asset in the US if it did not...

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