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WeChat v. Trump

A federal judge denied President Trump's request to stay an injunction prohibiting the government from effectively banning WeChat, a Chinese-owned messaging and payment app. The government has not shown that its prohibitions on WeChat's U.S. operations are narrowly tailored to serve the interests of national security.

SAN FRANCISCO — A federal judge denied President Trump's request to stay an injunction prohibiting the government from effectively banning WeChat, a Chinese-owned messaging and payment app. The government has not shown that its prohibitions on WeChat's U.S. operations are narrowly tailored to serve the interests of national security.

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