ByteDance was reportedly planning to remove itself from the U.S. version of TikTok, with Microsoft nearing a deal to take control and be responsible for security and user data. The negotiations started after Trump said that he plans to order the Chinese owned ByteDance to sell its stake in the app. However, Trump told reporters on Air Force One Friday that he preferred to ban TikTok, and that he would not support a sale, the Wall Street Journal reported, citing sources familiar with the...

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