Democrats and the media are trying to force Trump from office by claiming he colluded with Russia.
Now the truth is out.
And one eyewitness revealed what really happened behind closed doors during Trump’s secret trip to Russia.
The Christopher Steele dossier fueled the media firestorm that Trump had colluded with Russia.
In the document, Steele claimed that during Trump’s trip to Moscow in 2013 for the Miss Universe Pageant, he hired five Russian prostitutes to defile a bed that former President Barack Obama had slept in.
Trump’s longtime bodyguard, Keith Schiller, was questioned by Congress about the trip.
And he shot down the allegation in the dossier as fake news.
He testified that he immediately shot the down the offer and later laughed about it with Trump because everyone involved considered it a joke.
Schiller also testified that he stood guard outside Trump’s door that night and no one came in or out of the room.
The Daily Caller reports:
“In his testimony, Schiller reportedly said that he told Trump later that evening about the “five women” offer and that the pair laughed it off.
He said that he accompanied Trump back to his hotel room and stayed outside for a while before retiring to his own room. Schiller acknowledged that he was not with Trump the entire night but that he is confident that Trump slept alone.
Schiller also reportedly told the committee that he and Trump were aware that the Moscow hotel could be bugged. Trump has raised the same point in speeches denying the dossier allegations.
Two sources in the interview told NBC News that Schiller described his reaction to the dossier dirt as: “Oh my God, that’s bull—-.”
Schiller’s testimony matches up with a Daily Caller report from January, just after the dossier was published.
A former Trump adviser told TheDC’s Alex Pfeiffer that Russian pop star Emin Agalarov, whose father partnered with Trump on the Miss Universe pageant, told Schiller that he was going to send prostitutes to Trump’s hotel room.
The adviser said that Schiller rejected the proposal.”
The dossier – which was the result of collusion between Hillary Clinton’s campaign and the Russians – alleged Moscow possessed compromising information on Trump.
The hotel room story was one example of potential Russian blackmail.
But Trump has always maintained that all the allegations of collusion with Russia – as well as the unverified claims in the dossier of sexual escapades – were a hoax.
And this testimony backs him up.
We will keep you up to date on any new developments in this story.