While Trump’s use of the secret messaging service Confide may breach federal record-keeping laws, there are also concerns about security breaches. Chief of Staff John Kelly may have used a compromised phone for months when he was Secretary of Homeland Security, while several inner circle advisors relied on private devices to conduct government business. Moreover, a US Judge says that as President, Trump doesn’t have the right to block followers on Twitter.
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