Decisions bring risks to China while the two countries conflict if Huawei – the largest provider of telecommunications equipment – poses the risk of treating western infrastructure networks.
White House officials declined to recognize China and Huawei as the intended target of the executive command.
However, shortly after the order was issued, the Commerce Department formally added Huawei to the list of firms deemed by the U.S. government. to expand America's interests. With Huawei adding to the so-called Entity List, Trump's management will ensure Huawei will be subject to the new executive order.
Senior senior officials told reporters that the document shows Trump's promise to keep the country's networks safe from foreign fighters. And other US officials are open to opening allies not using Huawei's gear, arguing that the company's products may offer Chinese government a way to spy on sensitive US communications .
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Huawei said that it was unlawful that the United States was finally injured in US businesses and consumers, and US efforts to build 5G technology.
"Huawei's prohibition of doing business in the US will not make the US more secure or stronger; the US in less than the more expensive alternatives, leaving the US behind in 5G -deploy, "said the company in a statement.
The proposal may prove to be a smal and rural wireless carrier, many of them using Huawei's equipment due to lower cost compared to the next largest competitors, Nokia and Ericsson of Europe. Most large carriers do not use Huawei devices.
While executive decrees apply to past telecom equipment purchases, officials are denied to say if the government will help carriers pay to remove the gear from their networks – or what it may be for companies that violate the new rules.
The order leaves telecom companies in America relying on equipment made by foreigners who are thinking of how to implement them.
"We just need to see what it is and we have a certain reaction in one way or another," says Craig Gates, the CEO of the Triangle, a small network that uses Huawei's gear.
He said that members of different trade associations talked about having federal assistance to recover the costs of getting offensive equipment.
"Because when all this equipment went on no talk of these issues," he said. "Will there be help to replace it?"
CNN's report contributed by Steven Jiang in this report.