President Trump’s longtime bodyguard and confidant Keith Schiller testified to Congress Wednesday that a Russian offered to “send five women” to the billionaire’s hotel room while he was in the country for the Miss Universe Pageant in 2013.
Schiller disputed the claims made in the infamous “Trump dossier,” which details Trump’s alleged contact with prostitutes in a Russia hotel room during the pageant.
Two sources told NBC News that Schiller told the House Intelligence Committee that he saw the Russian’s offer as a joke and responded, “We don’t do that type of stuff.”
Schiller said he later told Trump about the conversation. He recalled that they both laughed about the matter and then Trump went to bed alone.
Schiller testified that he remained outside Trump’s hotel room door but eventually went to bed.
Two sources told NBC that Schiller said he was confident nothing happened after he left Trump’s door and both men were aware that Russia could be spying on them in their hotel rooms.
Schiller’s lawyer told NBC in a statement that "the versions of Mr. Schiller’s testimony being leaked to the press are blatantly false and misleading."