"Seeing this report, I feel there are those in America who are working all-out to win the Oscar for best screenplay", the spokeswoman said at a foreign ministry briefing in Beijing on Thursday.
The New York Times said Trump typically relies on his cellphones when he does not want a call going through the White House switchboard and logged for senior aides to see.
The anonymous former officials to El Trump said that they spoke out not to undermine their Diet Coke obsessed leader, but out of concern for his ambivelence to matters of electronic security.
Nevertheless, switching from an iPhone to a Huawei handset probably wouldn't have stopped the phone tapping documented by Times.The newspaper's report doesn't explicitly detail how China and Russian Federation have been allegedly spying on Trump; it merely says the his calls have been intercepted as they travel through "cell tower, cables, and switches that make up national and worldwide cellphone networks". Huawei has denied that its devices are compromised in this way.
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Then-candidate Trump would often criticise Hillary Clinton for her poor security during the 2016 presidential election.
"I only use Government Phones, and have only one seldom used government cell phone", Trump said in a tweet sent from his account, adding " Story is soooo wrong!"
In its report, the Times cited current and former officials who said they were frustrated by Mr Trump's "casual approach" to electronic security. It also claimed he does not regularly swap out the two government-issued phones, which he reportedly uses for apps like Twitter, despite suggestions to do so.
Meanwhile, reports claimed that the Trump administration was preparing to order up to 1,000 US troops to the US-Mexico border to deal with the more than 5,000-strong migrant caravan making its way towards the border.
Hua compared the report to "fake news".
Donald Trump termed the NYT report as a "fake story" and said he rarely uses his cellphone.