"The president's use of his personal iPhone would raise concerns for intelligence officials because hostile or even non- hostile foreign intelligence services might be listening in on the conversations and learning who he's talking to, who he's influenced by and who might be a rich source of information", said Mary McCord, a former senior Justice Department official now at Georgetown University Law Center. She also sarcastically shared that if Americans are so anxious about iPhones being listened on, they could instead start using Huawei phones, one of China's most popular phone brands.
Hua also employed a decidedly Trumpian phrase in her dismissal of the original New York Times story, calling it "fake news".
Huawei is a Chinese company.
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According to The Times' report, it is the use of any cellphone by Trump - government issued or not - that is the problem.
Meanwhile, Trump also repudiated the reported and tweeted "story is soooo wrong!"
TheNew York Times report said the officials raising an alarm about Trump's refusal to stop making unsecured calls were doing so out of frustration.
China's foreign ministry has some suggestions for the Trump administration if they are anxious about foreign eavesdropping on the us president's iPhone: use a Huawei handset instead.
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Past year national security advisers expressed concern over Trump's decision to hand over his personal cell phone number to Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Mexican President Pena Nieto.
"Many of those Mr Trump speaks with, most often on one of his cellphones, such as hosts at Fox News, share the president's political views, or simply enable his sense of grievance about any number of subjects", the daily said. "I only use Government Phones, and have only one seldom used government cell phone", he wrote. Presidential Spokesman Dmitry Peskov claimed that these accusations have been perceived with humor and think that the publication of such news is a sign that journalistic standards have already declined.
Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying set out to mock the NYT report on Thursday and dismiss all charges that say Chinese electronics are not secure.
None are completely secure as calls can be intercepted as they travel through cell towers, cables and switches that make up national and global phone networks, the report said.
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China and Russian Federation, for their part, also pushed back on The Times' report, ridiculing the reporting without exactly denying it.