"The so-called experts on Trump over at the New York Times wrote a long and boring article on my cellphone usage that is so incorrect I do not have time here to correct it".
However, certain Twitter apps let users know from which platform a message was sent, and in the case of Trump, his missive was sent using an iPhone. She also referred to the report as "fake news", employing one of the president's favorite tactics to discredit the idea altogether.
"If they are still not at ease, then in order to have an entirely secure device, they can stop using all forms of modern communication devices and cut off all ties with the outside world".
US President Donald Trump has a serious iPhone problem and could pose a huge problem for US national security.Despite warnings from security advisors, Trump continues to use an unsecured iPhone to talk with friends, colleagues, and business partners.
South China Morning Post reports that Hua Chunying, spokeswoman for the foreign ministry, said that if Trump is anxious about his iPhone being tapped, he should switch to Huawei (the implication being that a Huawei phone would be more secure). According to the report, Mr Trump's aides say he is using the secure landline more now, but still refuses to give up his iPhones.
"Except that I rarely use a cellphone, & when I do it's government authorized".
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The New York Times, citing top government officials, said that despite warnings from United States intelligence services, the president so far has refused to exchange his personal cellphone for more secure communications methods, although that has been strongly recommended to him.
As per the report, U.S. intelligence officials have found that China is seeking to use information collected from Trump's personal calls to keep a trade war with the United States from escalating further.
Russian Federation and China are thought to be eavesdropping on Mr Trump.
The practice has raised ongoing concerns over the security of the President's communications, with highly orchestrated diplomatic calls generally taking place on secure phone lines, such as those in the White House Situation Room, the Oval Office or the presidential limousine.
Beijing particularly is trying to use what it learns to prevent the current trade war between the two countries from escalating further, according to the newspaper.
The White House is yet to respond to requests for comments regarding the report.