Revelation Trump Middle East expert and foreign policy adviser convicted on Child Pornography charges in US and Other countries in past

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Mueller's special council has been questioning George Nader who served as a Middle East expert and adviser to the Trump Campaign during the transition period and as well as in foreign policy adviser for meetings for the WH in 2017.

It has now come to light that Nader was convicted in a federal case of child pornography in 1991 in Virginia for transporting sexually explicit materials in foreign commerce of children per Federal Bureau of Prisons records and served 6 months.

In 1984 in a federal court in Washington he was charged with importing child pornography from the Netherlands of young boys, a case the judge dismissed due to the search warrant used to seize the evidence being ruled invalid

The AP reported yesterday that Nader was convicted in the Czech Republic in 2002 of 10 cases of sexually abusing minors, of which he served a 1 year prison sentence in the Czech Republic.

The Mueller team was questioning him about a meeting at Trump Tower he attended in Dec 2016 involving Kushner, Bannon and crown prince of Abu Dhabi Mohammed bin Zayed

Mueller's team was also questioning him about a meeting in Jan 2017 between himself, Blackwater Founder Erik Prince and a Russian banker with ties to the Kremlin

https://www.politico.com/story/2018/03/16/george-nader-child-porn-467776
 

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An AP investigation has found that George Nader last year while serving as a Political Adviser to the Trump Admin on the United Arab Emirates wired $2.5 million to a Trump fundraiser named Elliott Broidy through a company in Canada. They met at Trump's inauguration in Jan 2017

The investigation turned up that Nader while working for the Trump Admin as an adviser on UAE funneled the money to Broidy to bankroll an effort to persuade the Trump Admin to take a hard line against Qatar.

A month after sending the money to Broidy, Nadar held a conference on Qatar and its ties to Islamic extremism. During that event Republican Congressman Ed Royce of California and chair of the House Foreign Affairs Committee announced he was introducing a bill to brand Qatar as a terrorist sponsored state. Something Trump would reiterate and agree with in a tweet in July 2017

2 months after Royce introduced the bill Elliot Broidy gave him $5,400 as a campaign gift..the max allowed by California law

Broidy has given out $600,000 to date to GOP members of Congress and Republican political committees (more than his last 14 years of political donations combined) who have supported the UAE or taken a hard line against Qatar. While the investigation couldn't specifically say if the $2.5 million given to Broidy by Nader hs been used as campaign donations it did find that Broidy's company has been awarded over $200 million in contracts in the UAE since Jan 1st 2018


http://time.com/5215147/mueller-witness-pushed-a-uae-agenda/
 

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The Clinton ties.

George Nader was a back-channel negotiator with Syria for President Bill Clinton. In 1996 Nader was praised on the floor of the House as a recognized expert.



A Czech Republic court sentenced him to a year in prison in 2003 for ten cases of sexually abusing minors between 1999 and 2002. He was also convicted in 1986 in a federal court in Northern Virginia in 1991 on a felony charge of transporting sexually explicit materials in foreign commerce – importing child pornography from overseas.

He also had a 1986 charge of importing from magazines depicting nude boys from the Netherlands dismissed on a technicality.
 

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The Clinton ties.

George Nader was a back-channel negotiator with Syria for President Bill Clinton. In 1996 Nader was praised on the floor of the House as a recognized expert.



A Czech Republic court sentenced him to a year in prison in 2003 for ten cases of sexually abusing minors between 1999 and 2002. He was also convicted in 1986 in a federal court in Northern Virginia in 1991 on a felony charge of transporting sexually explicit materials in foreign commerce – importing child pornography from overseas.

He also had a 1986 charge of importing from magazines depicting nude boys from the Netherlands dismissed on a technicality.
He reportedly has fled the US to the UAE

He wasn't praised on the House floor for being an expert...he started a middle East magazine focusing on tough middle eastern relationships and his magazine was praised for it's content and he was thanked for starting the publication

Israeli officials have said he was a very effective "under the radar" negotiator between Syria and Israel during Clinton but just disappeared from the scene and never returned

Guy seemed to latch on to sleaze balls...funny how many of those Clinton and Trump have in common
 

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He reportedly has fled the US to the UAE

He wasn't praised on the House floor for being an expert...he started a middle East magazine focusing on tough middle eastern relationships and his magazine was praised for it's content and he was thanked for starting the publication

Israeli officials have said he was a very effective "under the radar" negotiator between Syria and Israel during Clinton but just disappeared from the scene and never returned

Guy seemed to latch on to sleaze balls...funny how many of those Clinton and Trump have in common
I don't think it was only those two he was doing work for. He was under the radar but there are also suggestions he worked with Obama and Bush as well.


The issue, this thread and news stories keep bringing up people as if they are only connected to Trump.
 

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I don't think it was only those two he was doing work for. He was under the radar but there are also suggestions he worked with Obama and Bush as well.


The issue, this thread and news stories keep bringing up people as if they are only connected to Trump.
I assume he was kept under the radar for Clinton, Bush, and Obama because he is a pedophile....those admins were smart enough to keep them him off their radar...the clown show of people vetting for the Trump admin are to Blame for this guy getting to step out of the shadows and into the White House

Trump doesn't seem to have hired the right people to vet anyone he has hired so far ..he needs new support staff
 

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I assume he was kept under the radar for Clinton, Bush, and Obama because he is a pedophile....those admins were smart enough to keep them him off their radar...the clown show of people vetting for the Trump admin are to Blame for this guy getting to step out of the shadows and into the White House

Trump doesn't seem to have hired the right people to vet anyone he has hired so far ..he needs new support staff
He's hired the same guy as the rest of them. He's just more transparent about it, do you ever wonder what else they were hiding from you?
 

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He's hired the same guy as the rest of them. He's just more transparent about it, do you ever wonder what else they were hiding from you?
So Trump gets props for being transparent for hiring a twice convicted pedophile and bringing him into the WH as a policy adviser .....you're delusional..you ever wonder how much morality u sacrifice standing up for Trump's severe shortcomings ?

And FYI Trump wasn't transparent about any of this..it took a special Congressional appointed prosecutor to bring this to light by focusing an investigation on him
 

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So Trump gets props for being transparent for hiring a twice convicted pedophile and bringing him into the WH as a policy adviser .....you're delusional..you ever wonder how much morality u sacrifice standing up for Trump's severe shortcomings ?

And FYI Trump wasn't transparent about any of this..it took a special Congressional appointed prosecutor to bring this to light by focusing an investigation on him
Good bye! I won't bother with reading any more of your comments!
 

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Does anyone think America is going to turn off this soap opera in 2020. This is reality TV in the oval office. The Kardashians don't hold a candle to this stuff. Way more drama than the Clintons brought us. There is no way America shuts it off. As long as the economy keeps rolling so will the show.
 

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So Trump gets props for being transparent for hiring a twice convicted pedophile and bringing him into the WH as a policy adviser .....you're delusional..you ever wonder how much morality u sacrifice standing up for Trump's severe shortcomings ?

And FYI Trump wasn't transparent about any of this..it took a special Congressional appointed prosecutor to bring this to light by focusing an investigation on him
Interesting, so the others get a pass because no one investigated them? And they did a better job of hiding their dirt?
You’re only guilty if you get caught.
 

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Interesting, so the others get a pass because no one investigated them? And they did a better job of hiding their dirt?
You’re only guilty if you get caught.
Never said they got a pass. You have to call people out when it needs to be done, even if you support Trump he needs to be called out on this. Trying to give Trump a pass because there is so far an unproven narrative he worked for other Admins should never happen. They need to be held accountable if proven he worked for other Admins...same as Trump needs to be held accountable for bringing him into the WH
 

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I don't think it was only those two he was doing work for. He was under the radar but there are also suggestions he worked with Obama and Bush as well.


The issue, this thread and news stories keep bringing up people as if they are only connected to Trump.
And the beat goes on...no Russia so blame Trump for anything else. This "Trump support staff sucks" pointing fingers is laughable...holder, comey,lerner, rice, biden, clinton etc...on and on are ignored after facts have come to light but they're ready to string up Donald for a player he got from king barack.
 

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Never said they got a pass. You have to call people out when it needs to be done, even if you support Trump he needs to be called out on this. Trying to give Trump a pass because there is so far an unproven narrative he worked for other Admins should never happen. They need to be held accountable if proven he worked for other Admins...same as Trump needs to be held accountable for bringing him into the WH
I agree and, I think every administration should be held to the same accountability. If that has not been the case in the past it should be the case from here forward. In fact I would be all for a fourth branch of government that does nothing but dig for dirt on congress and the president. Their pay is commensurate with how much they find.
 

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I agree and, I think every administration should be held to the same accountability. If that has not been the case in the past it should be the case from here forward. In fact I would be all for a fourth branch of government that does nothing but dig for dirt on congress and the president. Their pay is commensurate with how much they find.
Only problem is they would become as corrupt as the rest of the government in about 2 weeks.