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TikTok says it's not going anywhere after Trump promised a ban

Mashable Saturday, 1 August 2020
TikTok said Saturday it has no plans to leave the U.S.

Of course it may not be totally up to the company after President Donald Trump told reporters on Friday that he intended to ban the uber-popular short-form video app. It's not clear if he has the power to do so, especially if a rumored TikTok sale comes to pass.

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TikTok spokesperson Vanessa Pappas said in a video that it was 'here for the long run' and called people to 'stand for TikTok'.

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