A Trump bodyguard testified in Congress about a trip President Trump made to Russia in 2013 for the Miss Universe Pageant. Keith Schiller, a bodyguard who left the White House in September, said a Russian told him he was sending five prostitutes to Trump’s hotel room but that he, Schiller, rejected the offer. Schiller told Trump about the offer later and he said they both laughed about it. Schiller said he told the Russian, “we don’t do that kind of stuff.”
That directly conflicts with the Trump dossier that Hillary Clinton bought. Schiller’s testimony directly conflicts with the so-called Trump dossier.
The founder of Fusion GPS, Glenn Simpson, was interviewed behind closed doors by the Senate Judiciary Committee—ostensibly over Republican allegations that Simpson worked on behalf of lobbyists for the Russian government.
Following the hearing, Simpson’s lawyer said his client told Congress that Fusion GPS is “proud of the work it has conducted and stands by it.”
The dossier contained allegations of collusion between Trump aides and Russian operatives during the 2016 election. It also alleges that the Russian government has incriminating information on the president that could make him susceptible to blackmail. Notably, it claims that Russia possesses a videotape featuring Trump getting prostitutes to urinate on a bed in a Moscow hotel room in which former President Barack Obama once stayed with first lady Michelle Obama. The allegation has earned the findings the nickname the “pee tape” dossier, or the “golden shower” dossier.
Schiller testified that after informing Trump about the prostitutes, he waited outside Trump’s door for a while before going back to his own room and no one had come. He said that Trump had told his entourage that the Russians record everything, so not to do anything before they arrived in Russia.
Schiller spent four hours testifying about the 2013 trip. Most of the Trump dossier has been proven to be fake including an alleged meeting that Trump’s lawyer, Michael Cohen allegedly met with Russians from the Kremlin according to the fake Trump dossier but as luck would have it, Cohen was in California watching a baseball game with his son on the day in question with officials from USC corroborating his statement. He also produced his passport which clearly showed he has never even traveled to Prague.
Schiller’s testimony matches up with a Daily Caller report from January, just after the dossier was published.
A former Trump adviser told TheDC’s Alex Pfeiffer that Russian pop star Emin Agalarov, whose father partnered with Trump on the Miss Universe pageant, told Schiller that he was going to send prostitutes to Trump’s hotel room.
The adviser said that Schiller rejected the proposal.
The NBC report does not mention Agalarov.
Though NBC’s report would seem to be favorable to Trump, Schiller’s lawyer blasted what he said were “blatantly false and misleading” leaks about the House testimony.
“We are appalled by the leaks that are coming from partisan insiders from the House Intelligence Committee,” Stuart Sears told NBC.
Sears called on Committee brass to “investigate and hold accountable whoever is responsible for leaking false and misleading versions of Mr. Schiller’s testimony.”
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