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Tom Rogan
NEW - "The risk, then, is that any Republicans who might have pre-existing malware on their phones would have thus carried spying devices into a facility designed specifically to prevent spying. That leads to two further concerns."
It is not very clever to bring a cellphone into a Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility, or a SCIF. Doing so risks allowing hostile actors to collect sensitive information from safeguarded...
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Bobbo 23 Oct 19
went in then hopped on AF1 w/ POTUS.
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TrumpsTaxes 23 Oct 19
Replying to @TomRtweets
Add "National Security" to the list of things that I never want to hear a Republican take the moral high ground on ever again. The list currently includes: Morality, Foreign Policy, and Deficits.
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Denise Lee - Wear the Mask 23 Oct 19
Add Law & order.
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jen 23 Oct 19
Replying to @TomRtweets
But the emails ( clutching pearls)
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newswatcher 23 Oct 19
Replying to @TomRtweets
Some probably knew, and saw this opportunity to introduce malware.
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John Perschino 23 Oct 19
Replying to @AhrDenis @TomRtweets
"Some"???
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๐Ÿ—๐ŸŽ„End Of Quote Acosta๐ŸŽ„๐Ÿ— 23 Oct 19
How can malware be transferred from a phone to a "secured" computer?
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Frank Anderson 23 Oct 19
Replying to @TomRtweets @cindycrum
Also there are certain apps that are ALWAYS listening as long as your phone is on. Amazon, facebook messenger, and more.
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Vicious Horrible Person 23 Oct 19
You act like that's a BAD thing for their russian bosses.
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Christie 23 Oct 19
The stupidity is gobsmacking but one strongly suspects comprising national security was part of the plan.
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