Sunday, March 04, 2018

Mueller team looking into possible United Arab Emirates money into Trump campaign: report

By Joseph Weber | Fox News
Special counsel Robert Mueller’s team is now purportedly looking into whether the United Arab Emirates, with perhaps help from a top adviser, tried to gain political influence by putting money into Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign -- a tack that would indicate Mueller’s investigation continues to expand beyond whether campaign officials colluded with Russia.

Mueller’s investigators in recent weeks have questioned the adviser, Lebanese-American businessman George Nader, and asked witnesses for information about whether the UAE tried to buy political influence by giving money to the Trump campaign, according to The New York Times.

Nader has been a frequent visitor to the Trump White House. And the president has praised the UAE for the Persian Gulf nation’s efforts to work with the United States on economic issues and squashing terrorism in the region, thanking Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed for his efforts just last week, according to the White House.

Nader has purportedly been an adviser to the crown prince. Axios first reported that Mueller investigators were talking to Nader.

Mueller took over the Justice Department investigation in May 2017. And in recent weeks, he has made several moves that suggest his probe has expanded beyond possible collusion, including charging former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort with alleged tax and bank fraud and indicting 13 Russians in connection with trying to sow political discord during the 2016 elections.

Nader was purportedly close to top Trump political strategist Steve Bannon, who in in August 2017 was forced from the White House.

In this Feb. 28, 2018 photo, President Donald Trump pauses during a meeting in the Cabinet Room of the White House, in Washington, with members of congress to discuss school and community safety. A White House official says President Donald Trump plans to announce Thursday whether he'll impose tariffs or quotas on steel and aluminum imports.  (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)
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The Times story also states Mueller’s team is interested in how much influence Nader might have -- or had -- on White House policymaking and whether foreign money has recently flowed into the U.S. to impact Washington policy.

The Times also reports that it has a copy of a memo that Nader received about a private Oval Office meeting between Trump and Elliott Broidy, who purportedly has millions worth of private-security contracts with the UAE.

Poor little  tRUMPY , a little boy took his button  at play school ... don't cry  you big cry baby   Hahahahaha!!!


  1. If he accepted Arab money and Russian money for his campaign, it goes way beyond collusion doesn't it?? As for the new tariffs...that's a kick in Canada's head. We're your biggest trading partner and Trump has crushed that relationship. We'll just have to trade with China and Europe.
    We have been allies for a couple of centuries. I hope that doesn't go down the crapper too.
    This guy has caused such a lot of dissent and contention among usually friendly countries, he has to go...PLeeeeeease.
    Love you, Shadow

    1. I think Mueller will make his move soon , I also think tRUMP has high BP , he sure turn orange/ red when he yelling , he don't look healthy , if he hot careful he will have a stroke .
      I also think he is heading for a nervous breakdown .
      I couldn't believe what he said about trading with our allies . Canada is a friendly country , I know some Canadians , men / women ... they are not pushovers they will stay their ground .
      I think the world is sad for America because BOZO the clown stole the election ...Yes he got to go .
      I google his mama ... she said what kind of monster she gave birth too . She said that to his first wife .
      Love Wetchy

  2. PS: I love the photo of Lumpy pouting...Hahahaha!

    1. I said he was a bully ... the kid that took his Button is only 4 years old , they was in preschool .



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