The New York Times reports, "A 32-year-old woman from China carrying four cellphones and a thumb drive infected with malware gained access to Mar-a-Lago during President Trump's visit to the Florida resort over the weekend, federal court records show. The woman, identified as Yujing Zhang, had arrived at the Palm Beach resort and showed two Chinese passports when she sought to be admitted, saying she wanted to use the pool. She was allowed to enter by Secret Service agents stationed outside the resort after the Mar-a-Lago security manager on duty verified that her last name matched the surname of a member of the club, according to a complaint filed in Federal District Court in South Florida. When asked if she was the member's daughter, 'she did not give a definitive answer,' the complaint said. It said she was permitted to enter and was escorted to the front desk in a valet-driven golf cart."