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Trump to Block TikTok, WeChat App Downloads Starting Sunday

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Trump to Block TikTok, WeChat App Downloads Starting Sunday

Trump to Block TikTok, WeChat App Downloads Starting Sunday

The Trump administration's Commerce Department announced it would ban the apps on Friday.


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In a formal government notice issued on Thursday, the Commerce Department said it would not enforce Trump's executive order against TikTok.

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