White House press secretary broadcasts Trump’s bank information
US White House press secretary Kylie McKenney uncovered the banking details of President Donald Trump to a large audience.
New York Times reports that Trump’s bank account and routing number were found on documents presented by Kylie McKenney at a press conference.
Usually, this information is sufficient for hacking for a bank account, but there could be a high level of security to prevent theft of the president’s account.
The $100,000 check, signed by Donald Trump and written on a Capital One account, was a real check, with bank details attached. It has been submitted to the Department of Health and Human Services “to assist in efforts to combat, control, and fight COVID-19 virus,” Kylie McKenney explained at the press conference.
This is part of President Trump’s promise to pay his $400,000 annual salary. In keeping with his promise, Donald Trump issues his salary as a quarterly check. Also, his last quarterly check was released to the Department of Health and Human Services. Only a copy of that check – Kylie McKenney released without documents Friday – and it was retweeted in March.
President Donald Trump has written other checks for donating his salary to the Small Business Administration, the Department of Transportation, Homeland Security, Veterans Affairs, the Office of the Surgeon General, and the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, and other recipients.
As a source told the Times, Trump’s contribution checks shown off at press conferences were never fake.
White House spokesman Judd Deere called the media distortions about the check. “Leave it to the media to find a shameful reason not to simply report the facts, focusing instead on whether the check is real or not,” Judd Deere said in a statement to the Times.
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