Suspicious woman arrested at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago Club with 2 Chinese passports and malware

A woman illegally entered President Trump’s Mar-a-Lago club while in Florida over the weekend while carrying two Chinese passports and malware, federal prosecutors alleged.

Yujing Zhang, 32, visited the president’s Palm Beach club on Saturday and told a Secret Service agent at a security checkpoint that she wanted to use the pool, a criminal complaint filed in the U.S. District for the Southern District of Florida on Monday stated.

She showed the agent two Chinese passports and tried to determine whether she was on a membership list, according to the complaint. Secret Service reportedly said she was not on the list, but a club manager thought she was related to a member of Mar-a-Lago with the same surname. She didn’t definitively say whether she was or not, and “due to a potential language barrier issue,” Zhang was able to enter Mar-a-Lago, Agent Samuel Ivanovich wrote in court documents.

Once inside, Zhang allegedly rode on a valet golf cart, and eventually told a receptionist she was at the club for a United Nations Chinese American Association event to take place later that day — an event which the receptionist knew wasn’t scheduled.

Zhang told the Secret Service she was there to attend a “United Nations Friendship Event” between China and the U.S., and said she was visiting Mar-a-Lago early to take photos of the property — seemingly contradicting her earlier statement that she was there to visit the pool. She reportedly showed Ivanovich an invitation in Chinese that he could not read.

The woman was removed from the property and “became verbally aggressive with agents” when…

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