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Trump says ‘whatever’ to Apple’s concerns that a WeChat ban could impact iPhone sales

9to5Mac Friday, 14 August 2020
Apple was among more than a dozen US companies to warn the Trump administration about the severe implications of banning WeChat from their platforms. President Trump is seeking to ban the app due to national security concerns, and during a press conference today, he offered a “rebuttal” to Apple’s argument.

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