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Published: Fri, November 10, 2017
Global Media | By Abel Hampton

Bodyguard Reveals More Details About Trump Accusations Involving Russian Escorts

Bodyguard Reveals More Details About Trump Accusations Involving Russian Escorts

In a statement to NBC News, Schiller's lawyer questioned the credibility of the House Intelligence Committee.

President Donald Trump's bodyguard, Keith Schiller, reportedly discredited the now-infamous, Russian dossier's claim that his boss met with prostitutes during his Miss Universe Pageant in 2013.

Schiller, thinking the offer was a joke, responded, "We don't do that type of stuff", two of the sources told NBC.

Two sources told NBC News that Schiller claimed to have discussed and laughed about the offer of women with Trump as he walked the future president to his hotel room.

Though Schiller testified he stood outside Trump's room for an unspecified amount of time before also going to bed, one of the sources noted Schiller "could not say for sure what happened during the remainder of the night", according to NBC.

Schiller was disputing allegations made in a Trump dossier, written by a former British intelligence operative, that describes an encounter Trump allegedly had with prostitutes at the hotel during the pageant.

The House Intelligence Committee is investigating Russian meddling in the 2016 election.

"Oh my God, that's bull--", he reportedly said. But if anyone indeed offered to send women to Trump during that visit, it would appear to confirm certain allegations made in the controversial "Steele dossier"-while still contradicting some of its other claims".

Schiller, who followed Trump to the White House as director of Oval Office operations, said both he and Trump were aware of the risk of hidden cameras in Moscow hotel rooms.

According to sources with direct knowledge of Schiller's four-hour long testimony before the House Intelligence Committee, the former director of Oval Office operations adamantly rejected numerous allegations made in a collection of explosive memos written by Christopher Steele, a veteran British spy, alleging ties between the Trump campaign and Russian Federation.

Schiller's lawyer has called the reported information "false and misleading versions of Mr. Schiller's testimony".

Schiller, a Navy veteran, worked part-time as a bodyguard for Trump while still serving as an active NYPD officer.

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