Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles the US has given Tik TAKS parent company Bite Dance, another extension on a deadline to sell its US business. The short video sharing app is loved by millions of Americans, but the Trump administration claims it poses the national security threat from China. President Donald Trump signed an executive order in August giving Bite Dance 90 days to sell Tic Tac toe American buyers. That deadline was due to expire in November. On this latest extension to December, the fourth is the second one that's being granted. U. S authorities said on Wednesday they were reviewing a revised submission for Bite Dance to divest TIC Tac. If that proposed deal is rejected, tick tock could effectively be banned by the US bite. Dance is, however, pursuing litigation seeking to halt such a ban. In its legal filings, Tic TAC has argued that Trump relied on anti Chinese rhetorics during his unsuccessful re election campaign. Three American users, in turn, have argued that a shutdown would infringe their First Amendment rights, leading a district judge in Philadelphia to issue an injunction temporarily blocking the ban. The Department of Justice has appealed that ruling. If it all drags into next year, the issue will lie in President elect Joe Biden's inbox, who may decide to abandon the foresail of to top all together.