The intelligence community has always been concerned that Trump's use of his personal iPhones potentially opens his communications to surveillance by foreign adversaries, including the Chinese and Russians, U.S. officials said.
While Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Hua Chunying did not directly address the snooping allegations, she told a briefing yesterday that "certain people in the USA are sparing no efforts to win the best screenplay award for the Oscars". He did not immediately address the report's key finding, that Chinese and Russian spies were listening to his calls.
If the United States is still concerned about security, Trump could "abandon all modern communication devices and cut off contact with the outside completely", Hua said.
It has come to light that the US President uses three iPhones, two modified (by National Security Agency) models for official work and one a personal one, which is same as used by millions of other common citizens, for a conversation with his private contacts. Just more made up Fake News!'.
The newspaper cited anonymous officials who said China and Russian Federation had listened in to Trump's frequent phone calls with friends and allies made over his iPhone, using the information gleaned to shape interactions with the US.
President Trump began his Thursday morning by blaming the attempted assassination of his political adversaries on the media.
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According to The New York Times, aides and people who know Donald Trump said that it was only late previous year that he finally began to regularly use his government-issued cellphone instead of his personal cellphone. "Story is soooo wrong!" the president wrote.
President Trump regularly uses his iPhones to tweet and, reportedly, to make phones calls. I like Hard Lines.
But, the irony of his tweet was quickly picked up by savvy social media users, who pointed out that the tweet was sent from an iPhone. "Except that I rarely use a cellphone, & when I do it's government authorized".
Trump's refusal to abandon his personal phone has been well documented, but this latest report from the Times delves into the implications of the president's indifference to securing his communications. Mr Trump wrote on Twitter.
Trump denied the claim.
Mr. Trumpreacted to the report through his Twitter account Thursday, labeling it "fake news".