Biden joins TikTok despite White House banning government accounts

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Biden campaign uses banned Chinese spy app.

The reelection campaign for US President Joe Biden has joined TikTok, despite the White House banning government agencies from using the app.

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The first video on the platform, which is owned by Chinese tech giant ByteDance, appeared on Sunday during the NFL’s Super Bowl.

By Monday morning, the @bidenhq account had gained more than 30,000 followers, with the video receiving 3.4 million views and 356,000 likes.

ByteDance is under review in the US for potential national security concerns, with some lawmakers calling for an outright ban over fears that the Chinese government could access people’s data or use it as a tool for propaganda.

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Last year, the Biden administration ordered government agencies to remove TikTok from federal government-owned phones and devices.

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