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a Chinese woman was arrested and charged with lying to secret service agents after she entered president trump's Mar a Lago estate over the weekend caring at dawn Dr infected with malware officials said the woman identified as Eugene John entered through a checkpoint Saturday producing two Chinese passports and saying she was going to the pool according to court documents filed Monday John then told resort staff she was there for an event of a group she called the United Nations Chinese American Association but the event was not on the schedule secret service then detained the women and found she was caring for cell phones a laptop computer and external hard drive device and a thumb drive which agents say contained a malicious malware John was charged with making false statements to officers and entering a restricted property the secret service declined to comment saying the investigation was still open president trump was at Mar a Lago for the weekend but without golfing when the incident occurred