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WeChat users in the U.S. filed a lawsuit against Donald Trump

A group of WeChat users in the U.S. filed a lawsuit against Donald Trump administration on August 21, claiming that Trump’s executive order against WeChat violates their right to free speech and the first amendment of the U.S. constitution, according to Bloomberg news.

According to the UK Financial Times, the lawsuit was brought by a non-profit group called the U.S. WeChat Users Alliance set in New Jersey, which is organized by five chinese-american lawyers. They filed a lawsuit Friday afternoon in U.S. District Court in the northern district of California to overturn the ban. President Donald Trump and Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross have been named as defendants.

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Jack Chan

Pre Editor in chief of FirmKnow News.
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