George Nader secretly boarded a plane and flew back to the United Arab Emirates after his predatory history began dominating media headlines.
Nader, a Middle East policy adviser, was thrust into the national spotlight after he was interviewed twice by Mueller’s team about his connection to Trump’s team.
Nader attended a meeting after the election with foreign officials, members of the Trump team, and a Russian official on the tiny island of Seychelles.
Former White House strategist Steve Bannon and Jared Kushner, Trump’s son-in-law, attended the meeting.
He also met Bannon and Kushner at Trump Tower prior to the president’s inauguration, which put him high on Mueller’s radar.
The Special Counsel’s office has been probing Nader about any potential collusion or wrongdoing that may have occurred during the two meetings.
But thing got messy quickly after it was revealed Nader was convicted in the Czech Republic for 10 cases of sexually assaulting underage women.
Prior to that, Nader was arrested in Washington, D.C. for allegedly possessing child pornography. The charges were eventually dropped, but it speaks volumes about his character and predatory behavior.
There are two major issues with Nader.
First, he is a convicted pedophile and sex offender who preyed on underage girls.
Using him as a star witness against Trump reveals how desperate Mueller is to prove collusion took place — despite no evidence to support that theory.
Secondly, if Mueller’s team wasn’t aware of Nader’s past, it speaks volumes about their competence and ability to lead the investigation.
Nader is just the latest example of why so many Americans don’t trust Mueller’s investigation.