Donald Trump Joins TikTok After Previously Trying To Ban It

Former US President Donald Trump, who signed an executive order to restrict TikTok, is now on TikTok and calls it an honor.

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Donald Trump Joins TikTok

Following US elections, Every candidate is doing politics in his own way and recently Republican party candidate Donald Trump joins TikTok, Chinese entertainment short video app, years after moving the bill to ban it back in 2020.

The Former President Donald Trump launched his account on Saturday, sharing a video of his attendance at a UFC fight with UFC CEO Dana White in Newark, New Jersey, that same day.

@realdonaldtrump Launching my TikTok at @UFC ♬ original sound – President Donald J Trump

Dana White declared, “The president is now on TikTok.” While Trump replied, “It’s my honor.” Following this, By Sunday night, Trump’s TikTok account soared a whopping 3.6 million followers and his debut video racked around 60 million views on the platform.

This move that Donald Trump joins TikTok primarily, as per political experts, came to move young voters in favor of 77-year-old Republican candidate Trump. As Trump seemed pleased to join new platform but previously, He was the one who moved to restrict the Chinese company ByteDance owned TikTok through an executive order citing security concerns.

However, In March, He changed his stance and labelled Facebook to be an enemy of the public. He said, “Without TikTok, you can make Facebook bigger, and I consider Facebook to be an enemy of the people.”

Trump support to TikTok was perished when President Joe Biden signed a bipartisan bill moving to ban TikTok if it is not sold to a Non-Chinese company within nine months.

Mr. Trump wrote on his Truth Social platform, ““Just so everyone knows, especially the young people, Crooked Joe Biden is responsible for banning TikTok,” “He is the one pushing it to close, and doing it to help his friends over at Facebook become richer and more dominant, and able to continue to fight, perhaps illegally, the Republican Party.”

Now, TikTok and it’s parent company ByteDance, sued to block the law calling the legislation a violation of the right to free speech.

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