Malware Arrest Exposes Security Gaps at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago Club
The arrest of a woman with a malware-laced device revealed the challenge of protecting a president who prefers a resort over Camp David.
Companies in China are openly selling invites to Mar-a-lago
I easily found what appeared to be the local phone/internet switch serving Mar-a-Lago from West Palm Beach when I was there last year. The door was open. Note the👌 switchboard art
NEW: “Like having dinner at the Outback Steakhouse.” Between last weekend’s security breach and POTUS regularly urging people to pack events beyond capacity, the Secret Service struggles to contain the Mar-a-Lago crowd. By
“The Secret Service does not determine who is invited or welcome at Mar-a-Lago; this is the responsibility of the host entity,” the agency said. “The Mar-a-Lago club management determines which members and guests are granted access to the property.”
Malware bust at Mar-a-Lago underscores the security risks of a POTUS having a private club where people pay for direct access to POTUS.