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    Qatar Has Damaging Information on Kushner, Report Says

    Qatar Has Damaging Information on Kushner, Report Says, 03/13/2018

    Allegation that Jared Kushner punished Qatar for not investing in real estate deal resurfaces in Mueller probe

    Qatari officials have evidence of “illicit influence” by the United Arab Emirates on U.S. President Donald Trump’s son-in-law and senior adviser, Jared Kushner, ABC News reported Monday. <snip>


    The bombshell allegation comes on the heels of a March NBC report claiming federal investigators are looking into whether Kushner’s business talks with foreigners, as Trump assumed the U.S. presidency, later influenced White House policy. <snip>

    In the latest report, NBC said that according to new sources, Qatar has damaging information about a December 2016 meeting between Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan of the UAE and Trump officials at Trump Tower – including Kushner, then-incoming national security adviser Michael Flynn and then-incoming chief strategist Steve Bannon. <snip>

    Qatari government officials who visited the United States earlier this year considered turning over information to Mueller that they believed demonstrated their Gulf neighbor was coordinating with Kushner to hurt Qatar, NBC News said, citing four people familiar with the matter.





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  • leveymg (4284 posts)
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    1. What does that make, 5-6 countries wiretapping Trump? 10-12?

    Remember the nearly universal derision and dismissal as “unfounded” and “impossible” of Trump’s claim that his offices were being “wiretapped”?

    Make that 20-24 parties listening in, if you count the ones monitoring each other while they wiretapped Trump.

    • closeupready (2283 posts)
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      3. Oh absolutely. Likewise, "collusion proven beyond a shadow of a doubt".

      And they wonder why the American people hold the media in such contempt. 

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  • closeupready (2283 posts)
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    2. I believe this.

    The opinions and views expressed herein are solely those of the author.
  • nevereVereven (4278 posts)
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    4. If they've got evidence, release it!

    A hologram of a magnifying glass will also function as a magnifying glass, but a hologram of Sherlock Holmes won't solve anything.  
  • Charles (2361 posts)
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    5. Craig Murray offers some insight that may indicate why Qatar is refusing to

    cooperate. (Craig Murray is a former British Ambassador to Uzbekistan):


    Mohammed Bin Salman: The Truth Behind The Reformist Facade 281
    8 Mar, 2018  in Uncategorized by craig



    But despite his fawning reception in London, Bin Salman is not having it all his own way. I returned from Doha two weeks ago and in Qatar, Bin Salman has seriously overreached. Angry at Doha’s lack of hostility to Iran, including revenue sharing agreement on cross-border fields, Saudi Arabia has blockaded the small Emirate of Qatar for six months now. The excuse given to the West – that Qatar funds jihadist terrorism – is perhaps the worst example of the pot calling the kettle black in History. But the Saudi demands, including the permanent closure of Al Jazeera, expulsion of Arab dissidents and removal of a Turkish military base, reveal an altogether different agenda.

    Qatar has proved much more resilient than anybody expected. The blockade has caused some economic damage but it has been survivable, and the effect has been entirely counter-productive for Bin Salman. Qatar has become closer economically to Iran and has developed new port facilities which reduce import reliance on Saudi Arabia and its satraps. The Saudis had massed troops on the border and threatened invasion, but the Qataris vowed to fight.

    Then something remarkable happened which the world mainstream media has almost entirely ignored. Despite Saudi sponsored adverts all over US media portraying named senior Qataris as terrorist sponsors, and despite strong Israeli pro-Saudi lobbying, Donald Trump suddenly called Bin Salman to heel. With Saudi troops massed on the Qatari border, on 30 January the United States signed an agreement with Qatar “to deter and confront any threat to Qatar’s territorial integrity”. This was a massive slap in the face to Bin Salman from Donald Trump, and a result of Tillerson recognising the real threat to the world from Bin Salman’s extreme ambition.

    I can only conjecture this received none of the publicity it deserved from the corporate media because it went against the prevailing narrative that Trump can never, in any circumstance, do anything strikingly good, and because it was a blow to Israel. The uber-hawk Clinton would certainly not have crossed Saudi Arabia and Israel in this way. It is an important sign that there is more to Tillerson’s Middle Eastern diplomacy than the stupid decision, motivated by US domestic politics, to recognise Jerusalem as Israel’s capital…..


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  • RealityCheck (1180 posts)
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    6. Damaging Information on Kushner

    If this damning info on Kushner keeps up like it recently has, he may earn his own special investigation into his activities.

  • HassleCat (2616 posts)
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    7. Blame collusion on auto spell checker.

    Confusion, not collusion.