When it comes to DeepFake software, Trump-approved DeepFake is one of the biggest names on the block, and a good fit for the White House.

Breitbart News has learned that the Trump-branded DeepFake malware has been installed on over 150 million devices worldwide, and that the software is now installed on at least 15 million iPhones.

That’s a massive number of users, and is certainly a significant number for the company.

The company was founded by two former researchers who worked on a deep penetration study of the DeepWeb, which is where most of the world’s malware is found.

DeepFake, a company that also sells malware called Zeus that is also part of the Zeus suite, has since been renamed to Zeus DeepFake.

It’s not clear if this is a direct result of Trump’s endorsement of DeepFake or if this was a pre-existing partnership with the Trump administration.

However, this is another example of a company working for the Trump Administration.

The Trump administration’s Cybersecurity Policy and Strategy outlines how it plans to combat cyber threats, and DeepFake was part of this plan.

The fact that DeepFake’s code has been on so many devices, and has so much software installed on them, indicates that it is being used to facilitate penetration and to distribute malware. 

The software has been dubbed DeepFake and Zeus Deepfake, both of which are part of Zeus, an industry-standard suite of anti-malware software.

DeepFake and the Zeus malware both target the personal computer and the iPhone.

Both of these products are based on the popular Zeus suite.

This means that the code is available to anyone on the internet with an internet connection.

Deepfake, which has been used to install Zeus on a large number of iPhones, was previously sold to the Chinese government, and the company has been linked to several hacking groups, including APT28, the so-called APT-Hacking Team.

In fact, the company’s name and logo appear on the Chinese version of the APT website.

In 2018, the White Houses cybersecurity policy and strategy outlined how it was planning to take “all necessary measures” to combat online threats.

These included “strengthening the global and national cyber defenses of the United States.”

In a blog post, a Deepfake spokesperson said: “Our business model was built upon a partnership with a government, the Chinese, and other countries to combat digital threats.”

It is not clear how Deepfake’s partnership with Beijing is connected to its involvement in the Zeus program.

The company has also been accused of supporting APT, the APTs main hacking group, which was linked to the hacking of a number of governments, including Iran and Russia.

The Trump administration has been accused by Democrats of a cozy relationship with China, with a special adviser to Trump recently claiming that China had “very close relations with the Chinese” and that Trump “talks to Chinese officials about trade.”

In February, the Trump transition team announced that Trump had selected the director of the CIA and former National Security Agency Director Michael Hayden to lead the transition team, and Hayden’s wife, Liz, is a DeepFake employee. 

After the announcement, Hayden publicly admitted to having a DeepFace account that he used to communicate with a Chinese spy. 

Trump has been criticized for his ties to China.

He has called China “one of our closest allies,” and has accused China of “destabilizing” the region. 

In April, Trump and Xi met in California, where Trump spoke in Mandarin and Xi in Chinese, a move that angered some Chinese leaders. 

During his speech in Sacramento, Trump also said that he hoped Xi and Trump could come to the United State to “build something great.” 

On Monday, the US State Department released a report saying that “the China-US relationship has become so close that it may be a contributing factor in the development of the Zika virus.”