When the so-called Steele Dossier was leaked to the public last year, it included an accusation that Trump was caught on video enjoying water sports with Russia prostitutes. Trump was allegedly filmed by Russian spies who wired his hotel room in Moscow.
The infamous pee tape has never surfaced and the only evidence of its existent that we have is the report included in the dossier, but we got another piece of the puzzle today.
Trump's former bodyguard and McDonald's fetcher Keith Schiller told congressional investigators that the Russians did, in fact, offer to send women to Trump's hotel room in 2013.
WASHINGTON — After a business meeting before the Miss Universe Pageant in 2013, a Russian participant offered to "send five women" to Donald Trump's hotel room in Moscow, his longtime bodyguard told Congress this week, according to three sources who were present for the interview.
Two of the sources said the bodyguard, Keith Schiller, viewed the offer as a joke, and immediately responded, "We don't do that type of stuff."
Schiller denies that Trump has been filmed getting pissed on by Russian prostitutes, and he denies that Trump accepted the offer, but I'm not prepared to just take his word for it. Schiller is one of Trump's longest and closest allies.
The admission that Trump was offered escorts seems newsworthy in itself and raises more questions and red flags. Did this happen on more than one occasion? Did Trump receive propositions when Schiller wasn't around to intervene? Is Schiller lying for his former boss?
If you believe the Russians really do possess "Kompromat" (comprising information) about the Trumps, they have a very tight rope to walk. There's only so much Trump and his allies can confirm or deny because those who know the truth could always reveal it themselves. That may also include our own intelligence agencies.