After a comment from White House adviser Peter Navarro suggesting the US could take action against WeChat, some users worry about how they might keep in contact with friends and family in China in the future. Photo: ShutterstockAfter a comment from White House adviser Peter Navarro suggesting the US could take action against WeChat, some users worry about how they might keep in contact with friends and family in China in the future. Photo: Shutterstock
After a comment from White House adviser Peter Navarro suggesting the US could take action against WeChat, some users worry about how they might keep in contact with friends and family in China in the future. Photo: Shutterstock

WeChat users in the US say a potential ban of the app would cut them off from friends and family in China

  • Many people in US rely on WeChat to stay connected with friends, family and business contacts in China
  • The situation is unclear, but some think a complete ban of the app is unlikely
Topic |   WeChat
After a comment from White House adviser Peter Navarro suggesting the US could take action against WeChat, some users worry about how they might keep in contact with friends and family in China in the future. Photo: ShutterstockAfter a comment from White House adviser Peter Navarro suggesting the US could take action against WeChat, some users worry about how they might keep in contact with friends and family in China in the future. Photo: Shutterstock
After a comment from White House adviser Peter Navarro suggesting the US could take action against WeChat, some users worry about how they might keep in contact with friends and family in China in the future. Photo: Shutterstock
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