After detaining her, investigators found in Zhang's possession four cellphones, a laptop computer, an external hard drive device and a thumb drive, the Secret Service said in a court filing.
Court documents allege 32-year-old Zhang told a Secret Service agent Saturday she was a Mar-a-Lago member there to use the pool. "We assess that it is a persistent, pervasive threat", Mr. Wray responded.
"I am not going to allow the president to be in jeopardy or his family", Cummings told Reuters, adding that if the Secret Service needs "to change some things down there in Florida, we want to know".
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Mayor Rahm Emanuel's law chief sent Smollett a March 28 letter demanding he pay $130,106 - plus 15 cents - within seven days. Several police chiefs were set to attend a joint news conference with Chicago police union leaders later Thursday.
FILE - This Nov. 23, 2018 file photo shows President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate behind mangrove trees in Palm Beach, Fla.
"The apparent ease with which Ms. Zhang gained access to the facility during the president's weekend visit raises concerns about the system for screening visitors, including the reliance on determinations made by Mar-a-Lago employees", the senators wrote, suggesting Zhang's success in getting inside the compound had "serious national security implications".
Trump further dubbed it as a "fluke situation" and praised the receptionist at the resort who alerted the Secret Service agents after the Chinese woman started behaving in a suspicious manner.
Chuck Schumer of NY and other Democrats wrote to FBI Director Christopher Wray on Wednesday.
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Investigators say a 14-year-old boy found in Newport, Kentucky told them he had been abducted and his name was Timmothy Pitzen . It's like reliving that day all over again, and Timothy's father is devastated once again", said his aunt Kara Jacobs.
The Herald also said an event promoter who Yang worked with was named Charles Lee. Then, she claimed to be attending a non-existent Chinese-American friendship event.
"No, I'm not concerned at all", Trump said when asked about potential Chinese espionage at his Florida club.
The Secret Service has tried to blame Mar-a-Lago for the incident, saying that the club is responsible for who is admitted.
"This refusal of the White House to cooperate with this investigation, combined with the arrest earlier this week and other allegations of easy access to the President and his family at Mar-a-Lago, mean that at least one key question remains open: is the White House appropriately reviewing and making the correct recommendations regarding which individuals are granted access to the President, at Mar-a-Lago and elsewhere?" the letter reads.
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Retailers are also raising alarm bells, according to officials with two groups that represent hundreds of US retail firms. Trump said he has seen some encouraging signs from Mexico, which he said is arresting more migrants.