Donald Trump And TikTok | United States President Donald Trump says he is planning to ban TikTok from the US. During a flight from Tampa on Friday, the president told press pool reporters traveling on Air Force One that he is planning to ban the Chinese social media App "TikTok" from operating in the United States as soon as Saturday. President Trump Plans To Ban Chinese App TikTok From the USA US blocks TikTok? Trump VS Tiktok He said, --- "As far as TikTok is concerned we're banning them from the United States." The move comes after Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the US was looking into a ban in early July. According to a \u00a0Bloomberg\u00a0report, President Donald Trump indicated that he is ready to sign a document to order the ban as early as today, either via executive order or emergency economic powers. "I will sign the document tomorrow," --- been told by Mr. Trump on Friday night (July 31). However, It is still not clear how exactly Mr. Trump's administration will force a TikTok ban in the US. American law doesn\u2019t have any law description for blocking software in such a way, so it\u2019s unlikely that the White House will be able to ban TikTok maybe with a network ban. USA Has Millions Of Tiktokers Let me tell you that TikTok has an estimated 65-80 million Tiktokers in the United States. July 15, Trump's chief of staff Mark Meadows told, --- "There are a number of administration officials who are looking at the national security risk as it relates to TikTok, WeChat and other apps that have the potential for national security exposure, specifically as it relates to the gathering of information on American citizens by a foreign adversary." US Is Not The First Country As The United States would not be the first country to ban Chinese App TikTok. India has already banned the app in June 2020. For more\u00a0latest movies news, Media &\u00a0Entertainment,\u00a0Celebrity Latest news, celebrity photos, videos like or follow us on social media platforms. Feel free to join us. More recent movies news don\u2019t forget to follow us on\u00a0Twitter,\u00a0Instagram,\u00a0Facebook, and\u00a0Google News.