White House chief economic adviser Gary Cohn (left) used his iPhone to take a photo as US President Donald Trump arrives to leave a note at the Western Wall in Jerusalem on May 22. Cohn is with National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster. Photo: Reuters White House chief economic adviser Gary Cohn (left) used his iPhone to take a photo as US President Donald Trump arrives to leave a note at the Western Wall in Jerusalem on May 22. Cohn is with National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster. Photo: Reuters
White House chief economic adviser Gary Cohn (left) used his iPhone to take a photo as US President Donald Trump arrives to leave a note at the Western Wall in Jerusalem on May 22. Cohn is with National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster. Photo: Reuters

Trump aides have been told not to use personal phones – but some do so anyway

The use of private phones and personal email accounts by multiple White House staffers is under scrutiny

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White House chief economic adviser Gary Cohn (left) used his iPhone to take a photo as US President Donald Trump arrives to leave a note at the Western Wall in Jerusalem on May 22. Cohn is with National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster. Photo: Reuters White House chief economic adviser Gary Cohn (left) used his iPhone to take a photo as US President Donald Trump arrives to leave a note at the Western Wall in Jerusalem on May 22. Cohn is with National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster. Photo: Reuters
White House chief economic adviser Gary Cohn (left) used his iPhone to take a photo as US President Donald Trump arrives to leave a note at the Western Wall in Jerusalem on May 22. Cohn is with National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster. Photo: Reuters
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