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TikTok says its 'here for the long run' after Trump floats ban over security fears

FOXNews.com Saturday, 1 August 2020 ()
TikTok on Saturday said it’s “here for the long run” and “not planning on going anywhere” after President Trump said he intends to ban the popular video app over widespread concerns about data security.
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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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