Donald Trump has told reporters on his airplane “Air Force One” that the clock is ticking fast for TikTok in America.
He said he could sign an executive order banning TikTok this weekend.
- It’s unclear if he has the power to do this, but he loves making such threats. Trump has alleged that TikTok shares data with China
- Trump is making confrontation with China a big part of his campaign for the November election
- The app, which reportedly has 800 million users, is owned by a Chinese company ByteDance
Sarah Cooper, an American comedian who makes fun of Trump simply by moving her lips to his voice, ran the TikTok above on Twitter.
There’s also speculation on Twitter that Trump is gunning for TikTok because some of his opponents have used it.