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Politics Donald Trump: his bank details disclosed by his spokesperson (in error)

20:50  23 may  2020
20:50  23 may  2020 Source:   francetvinfo.fr

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Donald Trump : ses coordonnées bancaires dévoilées par sa porte-parole (par erreur) © Backgrid USA / Bestimage Donald Trump: his bank details disclosed by his spokesperson (in error) Friday May 22, Kayleigh McEnany, did the costs of excess zeal. In an attempt to illustrate Donald Trump's generosity at a press conference, the White House spokesperson unintentionally exposed the data of the President's personal bank account.

New blunder at the White House. Once is not custom, it is not Donald Trump who is at the origin of , but his new spokesperson, Kayleigh McEnany . Friday, May 22, at a press conference, the latter showed the cameras the check for 100,000 dollars made by the American president to the Department of Health and Social Services of the United States, to contribute to the control of coronavirus . A gesture that was immediately noted by internet users, since this personal bank details of Donald Trump appear on this check.

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Unsurprisingly, the photos in the document went around social networks in a few hours. A golden opportunity for hackers to hack into President 's account, especially since an official of the American administration explained to the New York Times that the White House "never uses dummy checks in [his] briefings ". However, Kayleigh McEnany's clumsiness is not expected to have a serious impact on , as Eva Velasquez president and CEO, Identity Theft Resource Center said.

"Make an example"

According to the latter, Donald Trump, unlike an ordinary citizen, certainly benefits from reinforced protection systems on his bank account , making it impossible to hack on the basis of a simple photo. However, Eva Velasquez acknowledged that it was not "unwise to share this information publicly" , emphasizing the lesson to be learned from this blunder . "This is one of those situations where it is very important to set an example," she said. No doubt Kayleigh McEnany, freshly appointed on April 7, will remember.

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