Wednesday, March 7, 2018

The Shadows Know...

Last night, the chaotic White House was dealing with the resignation of Gary Cohn and new allegations in the Stormy Daniels saga.

Then, the New York Times published a story about a man named George Nader, an adviser to the United Arab Emirates.

The Trump campaign appears to have yet another dark frontier.

Last year, The Washington Post reported on a secret meeting between representatives for the United Arab Emirates, Blackwater founder Erik Prince, and a Russian investor with close ties to Vladimir Putin, which took place on an extremely remote Seychelles island just days before Donald Trump’s inauguration.

It is unknown at this time what Prince and the Russian envoy discussed.

Sources told the Post that the goal was to open a dialogue with the Russian government outside of normal diplomatic channels.

As we now know, that meeting was arranged with the help of Nader, who the F.B.I. picked up at Dulles International Airport in January.

He was immediately served with search warrants and recently testified before a grand jury.

Why is Mueller interested in the Trump campaign’s contacts with the ($$$$$) U.A.E.?

What does the Seychelles meeting imply for the future of Trump’s future*?

* reviewed by the department of redundancy department.

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