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TikTok and WeChat apps won't be available for download starting Sunday

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Popular social media apps TikTok and WeChat will be banned from mobile app stores starting Sunday, as part of the Trump administration's push to get TikTok sold to a U.S. company. Jeff Pegues reports.
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