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Published on 4 Aug 2020, 23:45
White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany said the Trump Administration would "certainly" look into any concerns about potential sex trafficking involving the social media app TikTok Tuesday during a press conference. "It is a priority for this administration to combat human trafficking and the exploitation of children so we would certainly take a close look at that," she said.
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