Report: Trump Rejected 5 Women Sent to Hotel Room, “We Don’t Do That Type of Stuff” Bodyguard Says
Ever since it was made public by BuzzFeed News in January, there has been plenty of discussion about the “dossier” compiled by a former British spy on behalf of Democrat-aligned political opposition research firm, Fusion GPS. It leveled all sorts of unproven allegations against President Donald Trump.
Trump’s longtime bodyguard and chief of security Keith Schiller was called before the House Intelligence Committee on Tuesday for a four hour, closed door hearing, where he testified under oath about a number of issues, including the dossier, CNN reported.
Schiller either denied or couldn’t recall any of the accusations put forward in the dossier, despite repeated and repetitive questions from his congressional interlocutors.
NBC News reported that Schiller explicitly denied one of the more salacious allegations in the dossier. It claimed Russian hookers were sent to Trump’s hotel room during a trip to Moscow in 2013, where they were said to have engaged in certain activities that were caught on tape and held as blackmail by the Russians.
In Moscow for the Miss Universe pageant, it was claimed that a Russian participant in the event informed Schiller that he would be sending “five women” to Trump’s room for his entertainment, but Schiller testified that he rejected that offer.
“We don’t do that type of stuff,” Schiller stated, according to two sources familiar with his testimony before the committee.
Schiller recalled telling Trump about the offer later in the day and noted how they both laughed it off as ridiculous. He testified that Trump went to bed alone that evening with Schiller posted outside his room for a time before retiring for the night himself.