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Bodyguard Reveals More Details About Trump Accusations Involving Russian Escorts

Bodyguard Reveals More Details About Trump Accusations Involving Russian Escorts

Donald Trump turned down an offer to have "five women" sent to his hotel room during a 2013 visit to Moscow ahead of the Miss Universe Pageant, his former bodyguard reportedly told Congress in testimony regarding the infamous "pee tape" dossier.

Two sources also said that Schiller spoke of the conversation to push back against allegations that Trump had engaged with a number of Russian prostitutes in a Moscow hotel room, asking them to urinate on the bed, a place where President Obama once slept. NBC noted that when Schiller was first asked about the story, his first reaction was "Oh my God, that's bullsh*t".

Schiller has refuted the information in the documents, saying that during the night in question, he stood outside Trump's hotel room for a time.

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Schiller, a Navy veteran and former NYPD officer, was a long-time Trump employee and was the director of Oval Office operations at the White House under Trump until September, when he quit. Multiple sources have said that the offer came from someone close to Emin Agalarov, the pop star who is the son of a Russian oligarch, though Schiller testified that it was not Agalarov himself.

The Steele dossier, made public in January by Buzzfeed News, contains allegations that Trump declined various business deals in Russia but that the Russian government fed Trump intel throughout the 2016 presidential election.

Schiller was testifying before the House Intelligence Committee for four hours and the trip to Moscow was a "significant" portion of the testimony, according to NBC News.

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"We are appalled by the leaks that are coming from partisan insiders from the House Intelligence Committee", Sears said.

In a statement to NBC News, Schiller's lawyer called the leaked information regarding his testimony "blatantly false and misleading".

Schiller was testifying before Congress about allegations in the unverified Trump dossier put together by ex-Mi6 agent Christopher Steele. He was confident, however, that nothing had happened, as they were aware of the risk that the rooms could be set up to capture video.

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