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President Trump reportedly uses cellphones that are not equipped with “sophisticated security features,” which could make them vulnerable to hacking.
Trump uses two iPhones — one for calls and another for tweeting — and has rebuffed efforts to make them more secure because he claims it is “too inconvenient,” Politico reported on Monday.
Aides have attempted to convince Trump to swap out his phones — a process President Obama took part in every 30 days — but the president has resisted, the paper said.
The article goes on to state the following:
Also at issue appears to be the existence of both a camera and a microphone on the Trump call-capable iPhone — which could make it susceptible to hacking.
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When I traveled to China during Obama Admin., I was given strict instructions about cell phone use and potential for calls to be intercepted. When I returned to US, security officials destroyed the phone.
Trump isn’t following even basic safeguards that all WH staff must follow.
— Chris Lu (@ChrisLu44) May 21, 2018
But her emails…
“Trump uses a White House cell phone that isn’t equipped with sophisticated security features designed to shield his communications, according to two senior administration officials – a departure from the practice of his predecessors.” https://t.co/qrmWqnf0xF
— Amy Siskind (@Amy_Siskind) May 21, 2018
Trump uses a W.H. cell phone that isn’t equipped with sophisticated security features designed to shield his communications, two senior admin officials tell Politico.
Trump has gone as long as 5 months without having the phone checked by security experts.https://t.co/KsEIBCGsTW
— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) May 21, 2018
President Trump uses a cell phone equipped w camera and microphone, which make him susceptible to hackers 1/several – https://t.co/VzJ0qzUVuH
— Eliana Johnson (@elianayjohnson) May 21, 2018