Qatari officials have just refused to share information they have obtained regarding White House adviser Jared Kushner to special counsel Robert Mueller.
Officials have gathered information regarding the alleged influence by the United Arab Emirates on several Trump associates, including Kushner, NBC News reported. The evidence includes information about secret meetings that took place.
Three indivuals close to the discussion explained that the Qatari officials don’t want to give the evidence to Mueller because they want to avoid negatively affecting their relationship with the Trump administration.
A report which was revealed earlier this month claimed that Mueller’s team of investigators were looking into whether an adviser to the leader of the United Arab Emirates had influenced White House policy making.
Mueller has been spearheading an investigation into Russian election meddling and the Kremlin’s possible collusion with the Trump campaign.
Mueller’s team is investigating a Lebanese-American businessman and adviser to the Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed al Nahyan, the crown prince of the UAE.
Businessman, George Nader, paid several visits to the White House last year, according to the report. Investigators are looking into Nader’s role in the White House’s policy making and asking about attempts by the Emiratis to influence the Trump administration.
According to new reports, investigators have been questioning witnesses about possible attempts by the Emiratis to influence the White House by supporting President Trump‘s 2016 campaign.
Mueller’s investigation has recently led an indictment being held against former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort after securing a guilty plea from Richard Gates, a former Trump campaign aide and associate of Manafort’s.
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