An investigation by Gizmodo and ProPublica shows it might only take minutes to hack Trump's properties
President Donald Trump has hosted three foreign dignitaries at his properties throughout the United States.
Security experts believe holding such talks in public settings could put classified information at risk. Our partners at Gizmodo teamed up with ProPublica to investigate the vulnerabilities of the security of Trump estates. The team traveled to Mar-a-Lago in Florida, the Trump National Golf Club in New Jersey, the Trump Hotel in Washington, DC, and his golf club in nearby Virginia. Here is what the investigation revealed.
Note: Propublica and Gizmodo did not hack any Trump property networks during this investigation.