US presidential candidate was ridiculed for using Tik Tok 09:28

Former US permanent representative to the UN and Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley mocked her presidential rival Vivek Ramaswamy for using the social network Tik-Tok. She stated that the more she listened to him, the more she “felt a little stupider.” Hayley quotes Fox News.

“It’s so frustrating because Tik Tok is one of the most dangerous social media apps we can have… Honestly, every time I hear you, I feel a little more stupid because of what you’re saying,” Haley told Ramaswamy.

He expressed confidence that China was collecting data from Americans using Tik Tok. He said China could access contacts, financial information, emails and messages through the app. “China knows exactly what it’s doing,” Haley said.

Fox News noted that the comments came after Vivek Ramaswamy joined the social network to reach “a generation of young Americans where they are.”

Former US presidential candidate Ramaswamy statedHe said that if he wins the elections, he wants to appoint Elon Musk as an advisor to his administration.

Previously China mocked US fears of a “normal practice” for teenagers.

Source: Gazeta


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