Trump's ex-bodyguard says Russian offer to "send women" was rejected
Keith Schiller, who was Donald Trump's bodyguard for many years and served in the White House as Director of Oval Office Operations, told congressional investigators this week that a Russian associated with the 2013 Miss Universe pageant offered to "send five women" to Trump's Moscow hotel room, but was rejected, NBC News reports.
Per the report, Schiller said he thought the offer was a joke and said, "we don't do that type of stuff." Schiller was before the House Intelligence Committee, and addressing the contents of the Steele dossier, which alleged that Russia had tapes of Trump engaging in compromising activities in his hotel room. Schiller testified he was "confident" nothing of the sort had taken place, per the report.