If Trump is really banned TikTok, we will vote against him in the November election!

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On July 30, local time, US President Trump announced that it would ban TikTok, a short video social software developed by the Chinese company ByteDance and popular among young people in the United States. Subsequently, a TikTok user in the United States said in an interview with US media If Trump really bans the app, it may cause many young TikTok users to vote against him in the November presidential election.

NBC News reported on August 2 that six TikTok users said in an interview with the media the day before that this popular application with 100 million users in the United States is particularly important to many people because it has become theirs. A form of entertainment and education during the new crown pandemic.

These interviewees said that TikTok helped them get rid of the harsh reality and let them integrate into the community. NBC mentioned that during the pandemic, such short video communities are more important to young people than ever. Some young users say that TikTok makes them feel less lonely.

But Trump said that this short video sharing App will be disabled, so many TikTok users interviewed by NBC said this prompted them to vote for the first time in November this year. Some people said that if Trump really bans TikTok, this may cause many young TikTok users to vote against him in the November presidential election.

Aneka Singh, an 18-year-old from California, criticized that she believes Trump’s attempt to ban TikTok violated the freedom of speech of her generation.

According to previous news from U.S. media, U.S. President Trump stated on Friday night local time that he would use his power as U.S. President to block the short-form version developed by the Chinese company ByteDance and popular among young people in the United States. Video social software TikTok. According to the Wall Street Journal, a person familiar with the matter said that after Trump’s disapproval statement, TikTok made more concessions, including agreeing to increase up to 10,000 jobs in the United States in the next three years, but not yet. It is clear whether these measures can make Trump change his position.

In addition, after Trump announced that he would issue an executive order to ban TikTok, TikTok US General Manager Vanessa Pappas responded on Twitter on August 1 stating that TikTok will operate in the United States for a long time, “I don’t plan to go anywhere. “And plans to create more jobs in the United States

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