"We have evidence that Huawei has the capability secretly to access sensitive and personal information in systems it maintains and sells around the world", says Robert O'Brien, the US National Security Adviser in the article.
Germany's move towards backing Huawei comes after Trump failed to follow-through on his threats to the UK.
The U.K. recently gave Huawei permission to help build part of its 5G networks in urban areas across the country against warnings from the USA government regarding the potential security threat of teaming up with a tech giant subsidized by the Chinese Communist Party.
A new charge has been filed against the Chinese administration giant Huawei from the US administration.More news: Celtics Ranked 5th Most Valuable Franchise in National Basketball Association
In recent months Trump has issued a series of threats to European allies which were created to force them into following his administration's ban on the Chinese telecoms company Huawei.
Over at the Senate, Senator Tom Cotton (R-AR) started the anti-Huawei ball rolling as well.
Trump and his allies had warned the United Kingdom that the future of its intelligence-sharing relationship with the U.S. would be at risk if it took the "momentous decision" to allow the Chinese telecoms company a role in the UK's communications infrastructure.
Is Huawei a bad actor?Government officials claim Huawei can access networks through backdoors installed on carrier equipment like base stations and switches. Officials from all three countries confirmed the documents were shared a year ago.
While all network hardware operators build in "lawful intercept" interfaces that allow law enforcement to access mobile network information with a court order, it is typically impossible to do so without the knowledge and approval of the mobile carrier.More news: Miley Cyrus Made Fun of Her NYFW Wardrobe Malfunction
As expected, Huawei said prove it.
Are U.S. consumers out of harm's way?
Huawei is only an equipment supplier. It has been a bit of a hot topic, with the US government urging Apple on numerous occasions to build backdoors into iOS to make it easier for law enforcement to crack iPhone devices that are linked to criminal suspects. With that, the U.S. would have deviated from earlier policy that prescribed that sharing hard evidence with allies would not be necessary to convince them of the risk that Huawei would pose.
"And if that's the case, (smaller, regional telco) companies like United TelCom, Viaero, and NE Colorado Cellular might need to prepare themselves to enter a chessboard where they will probably serve as pawns, not queens".More news: Deadly Bomb Blast Hits Military Academy in Afghan Capital