Former Trump adviser Sebastian Gorka has a warrant out for his arrest in Hungary, according to the Hungarian police's website. The warrant was apparently issued on September 17, 2016, nearly two months before Donald Trump's election.
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". No other details are given about the specific incident that led to the warrant, but Hungarian media later reported that the incident may have been from several years ago. The warrant possibly stems from an incident in Budapest, Hungary, that happened as far back as 2009, according to 444. In February 2016, he had a pistol confiscated after attempting to bring it through Washington's Reagan national airport.
Gorka was one of Trump's most dubious counsels, basically finished his affirmed connections to Hungarian fascists.
Gorka, who was conceived in London to Hungarian guardians, left his position as exceptional colleague to Trump in August, around seven days after previous White House boss strategist Stephen Bannon's takeoff.
As noted by BuzzFeed, this also means Gorka held a meeting last March in Washington, D.C., with Hungarian Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó while this warrant for his arrest was still active. "Don't waste your time", he said when reached by phone.
"Once a month, I join my FFL [Federal Firearms License] for a night of full-auto shooting", Gorka told the magazine.
Gorka responded to the report on Twitter, claiming that he moved to the United States in 2008.