Before entering politics, Donald Trump was a high-profile wealthy businessman and as such employed a private bodyguard, who traveled with him on his many business trips. One of those trips took place in 2013, when Trump traveled to Moscow for the Miss Universe Pageant, which he owned at the time.
According to Keith Schiller, who was Trump’s bodyguard at the time, Trump was offered the services of five women, but turned the offer down. Schiller testified before the House Intelligence Committee, that he and Trump laughed about the offer and then Schiller stood guard outside Trump’s room for several hours after he went to bed, before going to bed himself.
President Trump’s former longtime bodyguard Keith Schiller reportedly testified to Congress this week that a Russian offered to “send five women” to Trump’s hotel room on his 2013 visit to Moscow but was turned down.
NBC News reported Thursday that three sources with knowledge of Schiller’s testimony said that he told House Intelligence Committee investigators about the offer, which came from a Russian participant in a business meeting that Trump attended before the 2013 Miss Universe pageant.
Schiller allegedly told House investigators that the offer was declined and that he responded by saying “We don’t do that type of stuff.”
The former White House aide testified that he and Trump laughed about the matter. Schiller said he stood outside Trump’s hotel room for a period of time after Trump went to bed alone, and then went to bed himself…
With all of the ‘me too’ allegations floating around, some had pointed fingers at Donald Trump during last year’s election, but none were ever proven true. They made Trump out to be a lecherous man who would grope any woman given the chance, but the testimony of Schiller helps to prove that the image painted of Trump was just as false as the Fusion GPS dossier.