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Hungarian Police Have Arrest Warrant Out for Sebastian Gorka

Liberals are going to get quite a laugh out of this.

Former Trump White House staffer Sebastian Gorka apparently has a warrant out for his arrest. But the warrant isn’t in the United States. The warrant actually stems from Hungary, a country he previously lived in for a time.

Hayes Brown of Buzzfeed had the scoop: “Gorka, whose exact role in the White House while serving as a deputy assistant to the president was never entirely clear, apparently is in trouble with the law over a charge of ‘firearm or ammunition abuse.’ The warrant, first reported in Hungarian online outlet 444, was issued on Sept. 17, 2016, prior to Trump’s election.”

Here is the listing from the Hungarian police website:

Gorka refused to answer any of Brown’s inquiries about the arrest warrant. He actually told the reporter, “Don’t waste your time. I don’t talk to BuzzFeed, thank you.”

Here’s the craziest part. Brown writes: “That means that during the entire seven months Gorka spent in the White House, including when meeting with Hungarian Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó in Washington last March, an arrest warrant was pending overseas.”

That’s crazy. But as long as Gorka doesn’t go back to Hungary, he likely won’t suffer any consequences.

Gorka left the White House last year after Trump made the decision to send more troops to bolster our efforts in Afghanistan. From the initial report:

In a blunt resignation letter, the national security and counterterrorism expert expressed dissatisfaction with the current state of the Trump administration. “[G]iven recent events, it is clear to me that forces that do not support the MAGA promise are – for now – ascendant within the White House,” Gorka wrote. “As a result, the best and most effective way I can support you, Mr. President, is from outside the People’s House.”

Gorka’s letter expressed unhappiness with the direction the Trump administration’s foreign policy has taken, as signaled by the president’s recent speech on Afghanistan.

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