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Did Trump’s Bodyguard Just Confirm The Most Salacious Allegations In Steele Dossier?

President Donald Trump’s longtime bodyguard Keith Schiller reportedly told the House Intelligence Committee in a closed-door interview earlier this week that someone in Russia offered to send five Russian prostitutes to Trump’s Moscow hotel room in 2013.

Schiller was reportedly asked whether Trump had hired prostitutes in Moscow in 2013 as alleged in the Steele dossier.

The question arose out of an allegation made in the explosive Steele dossier that the Kremlin tried to exploit “Trump’s personal obsessions and sexual perversion in order to obtain suitable ‘kompromat’ (compromising material) on him.” It is still unclear whether the committee asked Schiller about other blackmailable episodes that allegedly happened in St. Petersburg.

Schiller denied that anything inappropriate happened, telling the committee that he did not accept the offer and went to bed.

But the dossier also alleges, in a completely different section, that Trump “paid bribes and engaged in sexual activities” in St. Petersburg “but key witnesses were silenced and evidence was hard to obtain.”

“Speaking to a trusted compatriot in September 2016, two well-placed sources based in St Petersburg, one in the political/business elite and the other involved in the local services and tourist industry, commented on Republican US presidential candidate Donald Trump’s prior activities in the city,” the dossier reads.

“Both knew Trump had visited St Petersburg on several occasions in the past and had been interested in doing business deals there involving real estate…the local services industry source reported that Trump had participated in sex parties in the city too, but that all direct witnesses to this recently had been ‘silenced,’ i.e. bribed or coerced to disappear.”

It further alleged that Aras Agalarov, Trump’s former business partner who helped bring Trump’s Miss Universe pageant to Moscow in 2013, “had been closely involved with Trump in Russia and would know most of the details of what the Republican presidential candidate had got up to” in St. Petersburg.

The Daily Caller reported in January that Emin Agalarov told Schiller that he was going to send prostitutes to Trump’s room in Moscow. It is unclear when Trump visited St. Petersburg, or whether Schiller went with him.

Schiller told the committee that “he did not remember accompanying Trump on any other trips to Russia but told investigators that he could not rule it out,” according to the Washington Post.

“Schiller agreed to review his passport and get back to the committee with more information,” the Post reported on Thursday night.

The publicist for Agalarov’s pop star son, Emin, organized the infamous meeting between Donald Trump Jr. and a Russian lawyer tied to Vladimir Putin at Trump Tower last June where the Russian government said it wanted to give the campaign dirt on Hillary Clinton.

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