Trump bodyguard reportedly testifies Russian official offered Trump women in Moscow

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Stuart Sears, an attorney for Schiller, said the chairman and ranking member of the committee should investigate individuals leaking "misleading versions" of Schiller's testimony, calling the conduct "indefensible" and questioning the credibility of the House inquiry.

President Trump's former bodyguard Keith Schiller told the House Intelligence Committee that he personally turned down an offer for five women to come to Trump's hotel room in Moscow during the 2013 Miss Universe Pageant, NBC News reported Thursday. He said he relayed the offer to Trump as they made their way to the billionaire's Moscow hotel room and Trump laughed it off.

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 testifying before Congress about allegations in the unverified Trump dossier put together by ex-Mi6 agent Christopher Steele.

During the testimony with the House investigators, Schiller denied knowing about the salacious allegations contained in the dossier.

Schiller said that he rejected the offer, telling the Russian, "We don't do that type of stuff". While speaking to Congress this week, Schiller indicated that accepting prostitutes was not the sort of thing that Trump did. He recalled having a conversation about the weird offer with Trump later that evening as they were walking back to Trump's hotel room.

Schiller reportedly testified that he talked to Trump about the offer as the two walked back to Trump's hotel room.

Trump has vehemently denied the dossier's authenticity and attacked Democrats for funding Fusion GPS, the firm behind the dossier. He was also reportedly asked about the meeting between Donald Trump Jr., Paul Manafort, Jared Kushner and others had with a Russian lawyer in June 2016.

A private security director for Donald Trump who was subsequently named as the deputy assistant to the president and director of Oval Office operations.

"I was in Russian Federation years ago with the Miss Universe contest which did very well", Trump said.

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