Just when one thought Special Counsel Robert Mueller couldn’t stoop any lower while targeting President Trump, think again.
Mueller is reportedly set to use the testimony of a man implicated in multiple child pornography cases!
According to Politico:
“A Middle East expert and analyst who consulted with the Trump administration and was questioned by investigators for special counsel Robert Mueller was convicted on a federal child pornography charge in 1991, prison records obtained by POLITICO show.
George Nader, 58, was involved in several foreign policy meetings during the Trump transition and at the White House last year.
Nader received a six-month sentence from a federal court in Northern Virginia in 1991 on a felony charge of transporting sexually explicit materials in foreign commerce, according to records from the Federal Bureau of Prisons.
U.S. District Court Judge Claude Hilton also imposed a $2,000 fine on Nader, the records show.
Details of the Virginia case have not been previously reported, but it was known that Nader faced a similar charge in federal court in Washington in 1984 involving allegations of importing from the Netherlands magazines depicting nude boys. A judge dismissed those charges after ruling that the search warrant issued for Nader’s home was invalid.”