The Trump regime still hasn't provided evidence that TikTok is a threat to America.
Category - National Security
Trump tells Congress to break the internet because he can't stop lying.
Trump's latest, last minute executive order will take effect the week before Biden's inauguration.
He also compromised an officer responsible for the "nuclear football."
Someone is finally challenging the legal basis of Trump's war on foreign tech.
Trump says TikTok is a threat to national security and he may have to prove it.
Ironically, the decision primarily benefits two European Union member states.
Telling American companies they couldn't work with Huawei at all backfired.
Regime officials say it costs too much, but it costs virtually nothing.
Trump is still making impotent threats to Canada they didn't follow through on before.
Trump has appointed Richard Grenell as the acting director of national intelligence.
Trump says export controls are based on 'fake national security,' but he has used them before.
The State Department could also fall in line in the near future.
Trump was reportedly "apoplectic" in a phone call with Boris Johnson.
Barr floated the idea of taking a controlling stake in foreign competitors to Huawei.
I don't know what our policy is now, but the Trump regime doesn't know either.
The U.S. won't stop sharing intelligence with our allies as Trump threatened to.
And it appears likely that Canada will follow in the footsteps of Britain and the EU.
Boris Johnson will reportedly ignore Trump's demand that he ban Huawei.
They say Huawei is a threat to national security, but they also say it's okay to do business.