Chinese woman in Mar-a-Lago security controversy expected in court

Yujing Zhang, the Chinese national who sparked security concerns after she allegedly talked her way into the president's Mar-a-Lago country club, is set to appear in a federal court in Florida Monday.
1:50 | 04/08/19

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Using gene suspected of lying to gain access and tomorrow Largo up hearing and a federal court in Florida. Prosecutors asking the judge that she remain held while they continue their counterintelligence. Investigation. The government alleging there's ongoing concern apt a finding more evidence. According to the police report aging was arrested while caring for cell phones a laptop and external hard drive. And some dry. Authorities suspect that some dry contained malicious malware the major security breach happened on March 30 while the president why is in Florida. I think that was just a fluke situation and I think that the person sitting at the front deficit ever image. President trumped. Initially praising his staff while lawmakers believe the incident raised security concerns. I think the Secret Service redouble their efforts to make sure this doesn't happen. According to court documents Jane a Chinese national present it to Chinese passport as IDs two Secret Service. Authorities aging told the agent she was there to go to the cool. The complaint further stating due to a potentially lead to be eerie eerie issue Mara Largo believed to be the relative of a club member with the seen enough mean. Still they let her in. Prosecutors aging need to throw another Secret Service checkpoint passing through the magnetometer are more agents before finally being stopped by a receptionist. Who asked why she was there. Jane reportedly responded that she would therefore a United Nations Chinese American Association event leader in the evening. And receptionist knew that event did not exit. The president may be downplaying this but sources say the government is taking no chances so not only is the Secret Service investigating. We're told the FBI is also on the case. Elizabeth her ABC news New York.

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