Chinese woman charged with illegally entering Mar-a-Lago during Trump visit

She talked her way into Donald Trump’s Palm Beach resort on Saturday with a pair of Chinese passports and a cover story about how she wanted to use the pool.

But the Secret Service is accusing Yujing Zhang of lying to gain access to the president’s private club while carrying a thumb drive infected with computer malware.

Zhang, 32, never got near the president, but her presence on the property Trump likes to call the Southern White House led the president’s security team to have her arrested and charged with making false statements to federal law enforcement and unlawfully entering restricted grounds.

According to a federal arrest affidavit, Zhang arrived at the Mar-a-Lago Club early Saturday afternoon pretending she wanted to use the pool. She was not a member, but she shared the last name of a club member. Club security officials tried to determine whether she was related to the member, but Zhang feigned a language barrier and did not give a straight answer to their questions, according to the affidavit.

Ivanovich said Zhang carried four cellphones, a laptop computer, an external hard drive and a thumb drive containing computer malware. She did not have a swimsuit.