Head Of Tik Tok In The US Says App Is 'Here For The Long Run'
It's after Donald Trump revealed he wants to ban it
The US President says he may sign an executive order over concerns the app could be used to collect people's personal data.
TikTok, which is Chinese-owned, has denied any involvement from the government in Beijing.
US General Manager Vanessa Pappas told users in a video message that the app's going nowhere:
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