President Trump joins TikTok's main competitor 'Triller' amid US-China tensions

Triller is a social network and entertainment platform where you can create and share your own video creations.


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President Trump joins TikTok's main competitor 'Triller' amid US-China tensions

United States President Donald Trump has now officially joined on TikTok's main competitor in the US-'Triller'. On Sunday, President Donald Trump verified his Triller account which had nearly 3,000 followers and about 3 short videos.

Triller is a social network and entertainment platform where you can create and share your own video creations. It is a mobile app and available both in android and apple store that allows you to choose a song, lip-sync and create an eye-catching video to a selction of that song.

After his executive order on August 6 which put presuure on the chinese company TikTok, many TikTok celebrities have begun to shift base to Triller. Another major shift of the base for the TikTok celebrities has been Instagram Reels, which has similar function as that of TikTok and proving to be an alternative of it.

President Trump's latest order comes after he signed a separate executive order banning American transactions with WeChat and TikTok's parent company ByteDance in 45 days. President Trump on Friday ordered ByteDance to divest the United States operations of TikTok within 90 days.

The order states that "Immediately upon divestment, ByteDance shall certify in writing to that all steps necessary to fully and permanently effectuate the actions required,,,,,have been completed."

ByteDance is already on discussions to sell the Australia, North-America and New Zealand operature of TikTok to Microsoft. But the company of suspicion, TikTok's competitiors are stepping up their efforts to gain TikTok's huge userbase.

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