President Trump just issued a major arrest announcement on camera. He shared stunning details and Americans need to take notice.
“I had a brief meeting, and they gave me a little bit of information. No, I’m not concerned at all. I have — we have very good control,” said Trump, addressing the arrest of a woman at Mar-a-Lago who possessed a thumb drive containing malware.
The woman, a Chinese national named Yujing Zhang, also had four cellphones and a laptop. These items were suspicious enough, but it’s the malware — malicious software often used to hack computers — that was presumably the biggest concern.
In the digital age, espionage can be conducted entirely online, making security an ever-evolving issue. But Trump called the incident “just a fluke situation” and said the Mar-a-Lago employee who spotted Zhang “did a very, very good job.”
Shortly following the arrest, a Secret Service spokesperson said, “While the Secret Service does not determine who is permitted to enter the club, our agents and officers conduct physical screenings to ensure no prohibited items are allowed onto the property.”
The spokesperson concluded: “This access does not afford an individual proximity to the President or other Secret Service protectees. In such instances, additional screening and security measures are employed.”
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