The US WeChat Users Alliance said President Donald Trump’s August 6 executive order would sunder the primary and often exclusive channel many US residents use to communicate with family and friends in both China and the US. Photo: Bloomberg The US WeChat Users Alliance said President Donald Trump’s August 6 executive order would sunder the primary and often exclusive channel many US residents use to communicate with family and friends in both China and the US. Photo: Bloomberg
The US WeChat Users Alliance said President Donald Trump’s August 6 executive order would sunder the primary and often exclusive channel many US residents use to communicate with family and friends in both China and the US. Photo: Bloomberg
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WeChat users want to see evidence behind Trump’s ban on app

  • The Trump administration is arguing the US WeChat Users Alliance is not entitled to any evidence because the executive order has no legal effect on them
  • President Donald Trump’s order is expected to go into effect on September 20 when the US Commerce Department will delineate what transactions with the app are prohibited

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The US WeChat Users Alliance said President Donald Trump’s August 6 executive order would sunder the primary and often exclusive channel many US residents use to communicate with family and friends in both China and the US. Photo: Bloomberg The US WeChat Users Alliance said President Donald Trump’s August 6 executive order would sunder the primary and often exclusive channel many US residents use to communicate with family and friends in both China and the US. Photo: Bloomberg
The US WeChat Users Alliance said President Donald Trump’s August 6 executive order would sunder the primary and often exclusive channel many US residents use to communicate with family and friends in both China and the US. Photo: Bloomberg
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