Speculation Runs Wild After Iraqi Judge Visits D.C.

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(RestoreAmericanGlory.com) – The U.S. government has reported that in October, the Department of Justice (DOJ) was going to roll out the welcome carpet for the Iraqi judge who had issued the arrest warrant for former President Donald Trump following his order to have a global Iranian terrorist assassinated over his role in the murder of over 600 military personnel.

Fox News Digital, in an exclusive report, noted that, according to a source with firsthand knowledge, Faiq Zidan, the pro-Iran regime jurist, is going to be arriving in Washington. However, after the DOG received a number of press queries regarding Zidan, they opted to backtrack the invitation that had been sent to the jurist.

A source close to the jurist also confirmed that he would not be meeting with officials from the Department of Justice.

A State Department spokesperson also spoke about the cancellation, noting in a statement on Wednesday that Zidan was scheduled to be hosted by the Justice Department but that this arrangement was deferred. They added that there were frequent discussions between a range of their Iraqi counterparts and that they valued those serving in the Iraqi judiciary.

In a separate statement, Zidan noted that he had informed many U.S. officials of his invitation to the Department of Justice.

In January, Zidan became known after filing Trump’s arrest warrant with the Supreme Judicial Court of Iran. The warrant was issued in connection with the killing of Iranian Qassem Soleimani.

However, in the last month, many congress members expressed concern about Zidan visiting the country.

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