ByteDance, A Chinese company that owns a video sharing program Tick Tock, said it had not been said that its $ 5 billion deal would be with Walmart and Oracle President Donald Trumpthe so-called “Patriotic upbringing” initiative.
Short told the campaign rally On Saturday, the proceeds from the sale of TikTok will fund his offer to educate children about “the real history of our country – the real story, not the fake story”.
D. Trump also gave the blessing of selling TikTok conducts the US operation Walmart and Oracle, for corporations whose senior donors to the Trump campaign are senior executives. The administration demanded the sale as a condition of allowing the program to continue to operate in the U.S.
First to report to Reuters ByteDance’s response, which it posted on its own Chinese news and information site, Toutiao. “The company is committed to investing in education and plans to work with partners and global shareholders to launch online classroom projects around the world based on artificial intelligence and video technology,” said ByteDance.
In recent months, and in the run-up to the presidential election, Trump has relied heavily on racist rhetoric as a means of arousing his mostly white base.
Trump announced the formation of a “1776 commission” on Friday in response to efforts to include lessons about slavery and racism in American schools, such as The New York Times. 1619 project. Many schools have included project content developed by journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones to improve their teaching on the role of race in American history.
Conservative media and Republican lawmakers across the U.S. expressed outrage that the project’s revelations about the country’s history of racism are not portrayed positively, some even calling it propaganda.
Trump also said there is no systemic racism in the United States. Trump made that unsubstantiated comment after a white police officer in Kenosha, Wisconsin, shot seven-year-old black man Jacob Blake seven times.
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