🇦🇪: al-Otaiba, Barrack
🇮🇱: Birnbaum, Dermer
🇷🇺: Deripaska, Kilimnik
🇺🇸: Manafort, Gates
Be aware—these lists are about to get longer.
🇺🇸: Manafort, Gates, Prince (T), Flynn (T), Stone
🇦🇪: al-Otaiba, Nader (🇷🇺 liaison), Prince (T), Barrack (T), Flynn (T)
🇮🇱: Netanyahu (T), Birnbaum (T), Dermer (T), Zamel, Psy-Group, Flynn (T)
🇷🇺: Putin, Deripaska, Kilimnik (T), Flynn (T), Stone (T), Rohrabacher
I'll explain why that is.
1⃣ Zamel (🇮🇱) asks Don Jr. (🇺🇸) if Nader (🇦🇪) can pay for the op.
2⃣ Zamel asks Don Jr. if the op is a "conflict" for the Trump campaign.
3⃣ Zamel asks Don Jr. if the op as he has described it—remember the "3 prongs"—"conflicts" with what the Trump campaign is doing itself.
1⃣ It's fine for Nader (🇦🇪 agent) to pay for the op.
2⃣ The campaign has no objection to it—in answer to Zamel's coded "Is this a 'conflict' for you?" (an opportunity for Don to nix it).
3⃣ What you're doing *isn't* what the campaign is doing.
The SSCI says it couldn't find evidence it ran.
But it *did* run—indeed, all the evidence confirms that it ran. That evidence was missed by the SSCI.
So this, now, in the next ten tweets, is the final chapter of this narrative.
I think you can guess.
Well, do you know how much Nader paid Zamel right after the election?
1⃣ The campaign had *no plans* for a 3-pronged cyber op of the sort Zamel described. The campaign revealed in October *was* Zamel's campaign—paid for by Nader, greenlit by Don.
2⃣ Don knew the campaign *was* running such an op, and greenlit Zamel *doing the same* to assist.
Who was there? Trump, Russia, Israel, UAE. Prince, Nader, MBZ, a Kushner agent and a Putin agent.