The high-profile deal between Oracle and tiktok’s U.S. business requires not only a U.S. government national security review, but also president Trump’s “patronage.”. U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven mnuchin told CNBC earlier Monday that the U.S. government will conduct a two track national security review of the Oracle tiktok deal this week. < / P > < p > if the deal is finalized, then mnuchin claims that “tiktok global” will be born. He also said the company will be headquartered in the United States and create 20000 jobs. At a time when trump faces a competitive presidential election, it may increase the attractiveness of the deal. Trump also insisted that any sale of the tiktok video app would have to pay the federal government a fee, but the demand – not so much a government ordered divestiture, more like a property deal at stake – baffled policy experts and lawyers, who said the requirement exceeded the president’s authority under U.S. law. In a statement on Monday, Oracle confirmed that it was a participant in a trading proposal submitted to the U.S. Treasury over the weekend and that Oracle would act as a “trusted technology provider.”. The US Council on foreign investment (CFIUS) will meet this week to make recommendations to President trump, who will then make a final decision. According to trump’s executive order, the deadline for the deal is September 20, Mr. mnuchin said. < / P > < p > “our technical team will have discussions with Oracle in the next few days,” Mr. mnuchin said; the two sides are now addressing the government’s national security concerns that tiktok is owned by a Chinese company. After 12 years, “world class Super project” Shantou Bay Tunnel ushers in a historic breakthrough today