Sunday Sep 20, 2020

finance.yahoo.com

Trump Celebrates TikTok Deal

That Falls Short

of His Key Demands

(Bloomberg) -- The TikTok video-sharing app was already under U.S. scrutiny when users pranked President Donald Trumps…
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finance.yahoo.com

(Bloomberg) -- The TikTok video-sharing app was already under U.S. scrutiny when users pranked President Donald Trumps campaign by pretending to reserve thousands of tickets to a June re-election rally in Oklahoma.For Trump administration hardliners who wanted a tougher stance toward Beijing and viewed the Chinese-owned app as a national security threat, it was the perfect moment to pounce. The president, furious over the Covid-19 pandemic and embarrassed by empty seats at his campaign event, obliged.Linkin....

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