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CBS News 13 Jun 2019

Federal prosecutors investigate Mar-a-Lago intruder for possible Chinese espionage

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Federal prosecutors are asking a federal judge if they can file classified information under seal related to their case against Chinese national Yujing Zhang, who illegally entered President Trump's beach resort in March. Miami Herald reporter Sarah Blaskey joined CBSN to discuss what that means for the government's case.


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