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Federal judge postpones Trump ban on popular app TikTok

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By ANNE D'INNOCENZIO and MATT O'BRIEN

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Ban all Chinese apps, reciprocity! If you don't calibrate to match the CCP's fence, you loose like a frog in a boiling pot. It's basic economic security 101.

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Ban all Chinese apps, reciprocity! If you don't calibrate to match the CCP's fence, you loose like a frog in a boiling pot. It's basic economic security 101.

100% agree

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The attack by Trump on TicTok started after his embarrassment in June, when teenage TikTok users gobbled up tickets to his campaign rally, making Trump look foolish on camera in front of a nearly empty stadium. Trump does not like being made to look foolish. Thus, his attack on TikTok.

In less than four months, if we are blessed with a Biden victory in the coming election, Trump's attacks on TicTok will become moot.

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The attack by Trump on TicTok started after his embarrassment in June, when teenage TikTok users gobbled up tickets to his campaign rally, making Trump look foolish on camera in front of a nearly empty stadium. 

Where I work we have been worried about them for a long time, before the rooster became President. All Chinese media and cellular services are direct security threat to the US and other western nations. China doesn't respect any laws or common decency. They will exploit any information they can collect to enhance their power at the expense of the rest of the world. Don't be so naive.

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Trump has a deep inferiority complex and his reaction to anything he construes as negative to his goals, which change for day to day, is immediate, albeit nonsensical.

Everything he does now is connected with his reelection campaign, which he things he deserves.

The damage he has caused the United States of America will take decades, if ever, to fix. He wants four more years in order to further damage the nation.

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