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The father and brother of Rep. Eric Swalwell unfriended the suspected Chinese spy who got close to the California Democrat and other elected officials in a bid to infiltrate the US political system.
Eric Swalwell, the congressman’s father, and Joshua, his brother, had remained friends on Facebook with Christine Fang, also known as Fang Fang, as late as Wednesday, even after the lawmaker said he cut off all ties with the suspected spy after being briefed by the FBI, Fox News reported.
She left the country in 2015 amid the FBI investigation into her activities.
But in 2016, she liked a video posted by Joshua on his Facebook page with his brother.
Posing as a college student, Fang arrived in the country in 2011 and first met Swalwell when he was a councilman in Dublin, Calif.
Swalwell was the highest profile politician involved with Fang, who allegedly bedded two Midwestern mayors in her attempts to cozy up to elected officials and glean information about the political system.
The congressman, who sits on the House Intelligence Committee, has refused to address whether he had sex with Fang.
“Rep. Swalwell, long ago, provided information about this person — whom he met more than eight years ago, and whom he hasn’t seen in nearly six years — to the FBI,” Swalwell’s office told Axios, which first reported the story. “To protect information that might be classified, he will not participate in your story.”
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