Trump Aide Testimony Sends Steele Dossier Up in Smoke

Keith Schiller was a Trump aide when The Donald was the real estate tycoon. He made some closed-door testimony to House Intelligence Committee this week. Not surprisingly, there are already leaks about the testimony. And they say good things about the character of Donald Trump.

This was when Mr. Trump was in Moscow in 2003. He was there attending a meeting ahead of the Miss Universe pageant. Wanting to be the good Russian hosts, there were offers of women to be sent to Trump’s room. A lesser man might have been tempted to accept such an offer. The reply by Donald says loads about his character and sends the Russian dossier up in flames. What will the libtards say about this?

As Written By Chuck Ross for the Daily Caller:

A Russian associate of Donald Trump’s attempted unsuccessfully to send “five women” to the real estate tycoon’s hotel room in Moscow in 2013, his longtime bodyguard reportedly told the House Intelligence Committee this week.

The offer was made after Trump attended a meeting ahead of the Miss Universe pageant, Keith Schiller told the committee in four hours of closed-door testimony, according to NBC News.

Schiller, who left a job at the White House in September, told the committee that he rejected the offer, saying, “we don’t do that kind of stuff.”

Schiller’s testimony, if true, would undercut a major allegation made in the infamous dossier compiled by former British spy Christopher Steele. The document, which was funded by the Hillary Clinton campaign and DNC, alleges that Trump used prostitutes during a visit to Moscow in 2013 for the Miss Universe pageant.

The salacious report, which BuzzFeed published in January, alleges that Russian operatives filmed Trump’s encounter and has used the footage to ……


Russians Tried To Send 5 Women To Trump Room | The Daily Caller

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