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great carelessness Democrats on Capitol Hill have opened a new pro but the White House after whistle blower said senior aides to president Donald Trump ignored repeated warnings the could be breaking the law in their push to build nuclear reactors in Saudi Arabia according to a report released Tuesday by the house oversight committee president trump's former national security adviser Michael Flynn into aids had promoted a multi billion dollar deal to transfer highly sensitive nuclear technology to the Saudis without going through the mandatory approval process in Congress the report said Flynn promoted the plan with long time trump adviser Tom Berwick the chairman of trump's inaugural committee along with a consortium of US firms including Westinghouse according to the report women self was an adviser to the consortium while also working for trump's campaign in transition raising flags over conflict of interest Flynn was fired after less than a month on the job over his contacts with Russia in later pled guilty to lying to the FBI , a top lawyer on the National Security Council had ordered the nuclear project halted but the report said trump's White House appears to have continued it anyway and investigators to your truck may still be considering the deal the White House lane and the consortium had no immediate comment the consortium hope to build nuclear reactors in Saudi Arabia Egypt and other Arab states senators from both parties worry Saudi Arabia might try to develop nuclear weapons if equipped with US technology without stringent oversight last month the Senate passed a bill rebuking trump for keeping close ties to Saudi Arabia after the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi