Giuliani rally his pals across Washington to Lobby for Qatar

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Scandals of Qatar's attempts to influence US elites have become a continuous show, as Doha sought for vulnerable people to cover up Hamadeen’s sponsorship for terrorism.

The Daily Beast has unveiled Tamim’s agent at the White House. Doha recruited Trump's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani six weeks after his appointment. Two firms staffed by people with close ties to the former New York City mayor had signed on to lobby for the government of Qatar. According to foreign-agent filings, they’ve been collaborating with each other ever since.

Blueprint Advisors, run by former senior Giuliani aides Tony Carbonetti and Chris Henick, represents the Qatari embassy in Washington. Debevoise & Plimpton, meanwhile, works on behalf of the Qatari attorney general’s office with a team that includes Giuliani’s longtime friend and one-time colleague Michael Mukasey, a former U.S. attorney general.

Doha offered Rudy Giuliani $1.2 million. Hamadeen's agent sought to whitewash Doha's reputation regarding funding terrorists. Tamim ordered him to put pressure on Mike Pompeo and some influential US lawmakers.

Giuliani's intensive moves followed a week of scandals regarding Qatar's terrorism, as Doha has been involved in three terrorist acts in Europe, Asia and Africa.

The authorities of Yemen, Italy and Somalia obtained compelling evidence against Tamim who sponsors terrorism and exploited Giuliani to improve his bloody image, but ended up with a new scandal.

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