White House", said the report.
"It seems certain people in the USA are sparing no efforts to win the best screenplay award from the Oscars".
Trump called the Times report "soooo wrong!" in a tweet Thursday.
"If they are still not at ease", she said, "then in order to have an entirely secure device, they can stop using all forms of modern communication devices and cut off all ties with the outside world".
"The so-called experts on Trump over at the New York Times wrote a long and boring article on my cellphone usage that is so incorrect I do not have time here to correct it", he tweeted".
They said U.S. spy agencies had learned that China and Russian Federation were eavesdropping on the president's calls from his iPhones and trying to determine what he thinks and how best to sway him.
According to U.S. intelligence, China intends to use what it is learning from Trump's personal calls - for instance, what the president's thinking is, what arguments he is considering and who he is listening to - to its benefit in the current bilateral trade dispute. He has refused to give this up, despite repeated requests by his officials, who have been asking him to make more use of the secure land lines.
Shortly after Trump's tweet was sent Thursday, former aide Omarosa Manigault Newman, who was sacked in December, took to Twitter to push back against his denial.
Despite the furor surrounding former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's handling of her emails during her time in the Obama administration, Congress and conservatives more broadly seem to have little interest in President Donald Trump's demonstrated inability to follow basic cybersecurity measures to protect his and the government's sensitive information.
Chinese spies are thought to be learning how Mr Trump can be swayed, and who is within his sphere of influence.
Reuters reports that the U.S. Democratic National Committee warned party candidates seeking election in November not to use Huawei or ZTE devices.
The new additions will provide logistical support, in addition to infrastructure such as vehicles, tents and equipment.
Photo/Matt RourkeDonald Trump listens to his mobile phone during a lunch stop in SC.
Mr Trump recently joked about the lack of mobile security.
"Wait'll you see what happens over the next couple of weeks".
"And the military is ready".