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Bitter factions that turned the White House into a battleground during the first year of the Trump presidency are at war over who is responsible for inviting a convicted pedophile into the West Wing, following the leak of visitor logs showing the felon met with Steve Bannon more than a dozen times.
Leaked White House visitor logs reveal that Bannon, then the White House's chief strategist, invited Nader to the White House at least 13 times in 2017 to engage in 'private meetings.'
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Nader, who has been convicted of sexually abusing young boys, is now in federal prison awaiting trial on child sex trafficking charges.
Bannon 'had zero knowledge of Nader's criminal record,' a source close to him told DailyMail.com.
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Instead, the source directed blame to Trump's son-in-law and senior adviser Jared Kushner, claiming he had a longstanding association with Nader.
'Mr. Bannon met George Nader through Jared Kushner at a meeting in Kushner's office; it appeared that Kushner had a long-term association with Nader,' the source said, adding that all of Nader's visits with Bannon were centered around planning Trump's visit to Saudi Arabia in May 2017.
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'Kushner was running the planning process for the Riyadh Summit in early 2017, which Nader was a part of as a midlevel functionary from the Middle East,' the source continued. 'All of Nader's visits were associated with activities around the Riyadh Summit, for which there were dozens of planning and follow on meetings.'
Kushner's office swiftly pushed back on the claim that the president's senior adviser had anything to do with bringing Nader into the White House or introducing him to Bannon.
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A senior administration official told DailyMail.com that the statements 'are false.'
The revelation of Nader's visits raises serious questions about how a convicted felon could be allowed entry repeatedly to the White House.
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