The re-election campaign for President Joe Biden is reportedly considering joining TikTok to attract young voters.
The move comes after the Biden administration implemented a 30-day deadline earlier this year for government agencies to remove the application from federal devices.
Fox News Digital recently reported that the Democratic National Committee had already joined the social media platform.
One of the main concerns is that the platform must abide by the Chinese Communist Party’s cybersecurity law, which allows the Chinese government complete access to the company’s data.
According to a recent report, more than 70% of all users on TikTok fall between the ages of 18 and 34.
From The Blaze:
Axios initially reported that Biden's team was considering joining the platform leading up to the 2024 presidential race, but a spokesman for the president's campaign dismissed the story. Though some Democrats believe joining TikTok could increase the likelihood of the president reaching young voters, there are some still skeptical of the move.