& # 39; We don't need them! & # 39; Former assistant Donald Trump urges the US to maintain ties with & # 39; weak link & # 39; Australia – and claims that America & # 39; be wary & # 39; must be from his old ally
- Former assistant to US President Donald Trump called for close ties with Australia
- George Papadopoulos took Twitter and beat America's political allies
- He said that countries like Australia and the UK were opposed to the Trump campaign
- Papadopoulos acted as a policy adviser for Trump during the presidential course of 2016
A former assistant to US President Donald Trump has urged the country to break its ties with Australia and call its ally a weak link.
George Papadopoulos, 31, took to Twitter on Tuesday to make a message that warned America to be careful with some of his close political friends.
& # 39; Keep the heat in the UK / Australia and Italy / Malta (the weak links in the chain), & # 39; you read a tweet.
& # 39; There was a coordinated effort to bring us down. These countries no longer have loyalty to the previous manager. Political change has turned Europe upside down. Use it! & # 39;
Mr Papadopoulos acted as policy adviser for the then-candidate Trump during his 2016 presidential campaign.
George Papadopoulos took a series of messages on Twitter on Tuesday to warn America to be careful with his close political friends
Papadopoulos was imprisoned for a period of 12 days after an FBI investigation was launched into possible collusion between Russia and America (photo, former Foreign Minister Alexander Downer was also the target of the Papadopoulos attack on Twitter)
Papadopoulos acted as policy adviser for President Trump during his 2016 presidential campaign
US Attorney General William Barr has been tasked with investigating the events that an FBI investigation into whether Donald Trump's US presidential campaign in 2016 conspired with Russia, and Mr. Trump said he wants Australia's role have it examined.
The move has been denounced by some members of the US Congress who predicted that trust between the five countries that share intelligence services – the US, Australia, the UK, Canada and New Zealand – could be eroded.
The FBI probe led Bob Mueller to be appointed as a special US counselor to investigate the ties between the Trump campaign and Russia.
His report indicated a meeting in 2016 in a London bar in between when Trump campaign assistant George Papadopoulos and the then High Commissioner of Australia to the UK Alexander Downer.
Mr. Downer claimed that Mr. Papadopoulos had told him that Russia had harmful information about Trump's presidential rival Hillary Clinton at the bar.
The information was forwarded to Canberra and then passed on to the US intelligence services and the FBI.
Mr. Papadopoulos, who had spent 14 days in prison after pleading guilty to lying to the FBI, claimed that Mr. Downer spied on him at the bar meeting, a charge denied by Mr. Downer.
Other meetings took place between Mr. Papadopoulos and Joseph Mifsud, a Maltese academician as well.
George Papadopoulos, 31, took to Twitter on Tuesday to make a message warning America to be careful with its close political friends
Mr. Papadopolous also attacked Mr. Mifsud and Mr. Downer in a series of tweets on Sunday, saying he & # 39; unmasked & # 39; would become
Mr. Papadopolous also attacked Mr. Mifsud and Mr. Downer in a few tweets on Sunday, saying he & # 39; unmasked & # 39; would become.
& # 39; FBI assets such as Joseph Mifsud and Alexander Downer will all be exposed. The Russians were not present, & he wrote.
& # 39; Alexander Downer's false testimony against me helped launch a witch hunt.
& # 39; My real testimony against him has triggered an unprecedented investigation into the deep state and its global actors in Italy, Ukraine, United Kingdom and Australia.
& # 39; Downer will be remembered forever as Clinton's bellboy.
& # 39; Summon him and expose the Australians. They need us. We don't need them! & # 39;
Papadopoulos openly admitted that he had told other people about Clinton's emails, but not about Mr. Downer
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