Fox News — President Donald Trump is rolling out a new wireless webcam for his team, the White House said Wednesday.
Trump, who was in Wisconsin during the Wisconsin Badger State’s Wisconsin Badgers football game Wednesday night, ordered a “virtual security camera” in the Oval Office to ensure his staff has access to “real time security and video feeds” of events, White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said.
The president has also directed the Secret Service to develop a “mobile security camera,” Sanders said, adding that the Secret Force will also “make a virtual security camera available for the president.”
The Secret Service will begin the rollout on Friday, she said.
It was unclear what the White’s security camera will look like.
Sanders did not specify what the cameras will look for.