Read the article: Here's how Trump could go after TikTok by Cat Zakrzewski
The evidence supports the the conclusion: The evidence is entirely based on the possible measures that can be taken by the US government and do not give credit to any neither does it supports the claims that tiktok is threat to national security.
The conclusion is that the extent of the threat to data privacy and whether the U.S. wants total control over tik tok is not clear. One would argue that the reason they are left out is because they are matters that need investigation or because the U.S. government has not established beyond reasonable doubt that tiktok is a threat to national security.
"There comes a point where it's the government's duty to clarify what the ban is, who supports it, and how it's legal and constitutional". That is something I believe the government should have done when they first suggested a ban to prevent a period of time where they speak about something and then it is unclear what they say.