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Spicer told reporters, 'The president discussed the issue privately when he visited the White House a short time ago.Trump did not mention the case publicly when he met with el-Sisi and drew flak for it from human rights groups.The seven were arrested on Monday and charged with "inciting immorality," security officials said, adding that the Supreme State Security Prosecution acted after authorities discovered the seven had "raised the flag of homosexuals".The officials spoke to the Associated Press on condition of anonymity because they were not authorised to talk to journalists.However, it was reported on Wednesday that following an appeal an Egyptian court ruled that Iraqi’s original story was “journalistic work that serves public interest.” The ruling found that she did not intend to “defame” anyone but instead hoped to raise awareness about the spread of HIV/AIDS in Egypt.
All of the men were acquitted in January of last year.
Aya Hijazi, a dual US-Egyptian citizen, landed on American soil late Thursday night and just hours later she met with her new president and his trusted daughter on Friday morning.
Trump and his aides won the release of the 30-year-old after she was imprisoned in Cairo on what human rights group called bogus human trafficking charges.
The outcome of the case has the administration convinced Trump's strategy was effective.'It was something that he believed from a behind-the-scenes sense was best addressed to achieve in a positive outcome for her,' Spicer said Friday.
Hijazi's lawyer, Wade Mc Mullen, told NBC News: 'I think Trump and his team deserve credit for making this a priority at the most critical time in her case.' The acquittal of Hijazi, her husband, and four other humanitarian workers reportedly came about as the result of President Donald Trump's (right) intervention.