Off Message: Who would vote for the party pooper who banned TikTok?
Donald Trump’s plans to crash TikTok’s party may be a distraction from his failure to deal with the pandemic, but we won’t let him spoil our fun
On the list of things Donald Trump needs to achieve in 2020, I wouldn’t have thought that looming near the top would be banning TikTok in the United States unless the Chinese-owned company accedes to his various demands regarding ownership. But so it proves. Who cares about dealing with Covid-19, eh?
Depending on unfolding court proceedings this week, TikTok could be banned, at least temporarily, from being available to download in the app store...
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