Russia and China are listening in on President Trump’s relativity unsecured private iPhone conversations in an attempt to leverage influence on U.S. policy, the intelligence community reportedly has discovered.  

After making Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server a centerpiece of his campaign and despite repeated warnings about using unsecured personal smartphones, Trump continues to call friends and advisors on three iPhones, the New York Times reported, citing sources who claimed China, in particular, is making a list of his contacts to ply with pro-Chinese messages.

Among those contacts, allegedly, are Blackstone Group CEO Stephen Schwartzman and casino owner Steve Wynn. 

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