Mar-a-Lago arrest exposes national security challenges at Donald Trump’s private club | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Mar-a-Lago arrest exposes national security challenges at Donald Trump’s private club

National security concerns flared anew because a Chinese woman was found Saturday on the Mar-a-Lago grounds with a thumb drive containing malware that potentially could have affected computer systems. Federal officials are looking into whether the incursion was part of a larger effort to gain access to the president and do potential harm.

The Secret Service said in an affidavit on Tuesday that Yujing Zhang, 32, who carried two Chinese passports, lied to gain access to Mar-a-Lago. Trump was away at the time, at one of his nearby eponymous golf clubs.

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