Before the 2013 Miss Universe Pageant ― which was owned by Trump at the time and took place in Moscow that year ― a Russian participant offered to "send five women" to Trump's hotel room, Schiller reportedly said.
At that time, the ex-N.Y.P.D. officer recalled, he turned down the invite on Trump's behalf, laughing and replying, "We don't do that type of stuff".
He also claimed that he didn't know anything about meetings between Russians and some of Trump's associates and denied knowing anything about the decision made by Trump to fire then FBI Director James Comey. He said he later laughed about the incident with Trump, sources told NBC News.
Multiple sources said the offer to send women to Trump's room came from a Russian who was accompanying Emin Agalarov, a pop star whose father is a billionaire oligarch close to Russian President Vladimir Putin and who worked with Trump to bring the pageant to Moscow.
According to NBC News, the pitch came after a meeting in preparation for the Miss Universe Pageant, which was held in Russian Federation that year. Two other sources said Schiller said he was confident nothing happened after he left. The two men laughed about it before Trump went to bed.
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The election is scheduled to take place December 12, which is only 33 days from Thursday. The two did not have intercourse, Corfman told the Post .
"We are appalled by the leaks that are coming from partisan insiders from the House Intelligence Committee", Stuart Sears told the channel. Schiller testified that he stood outside of Trump's bedroom for a while before going to bed himself.
Schiller's lawyer denied leaked accounts of his client's testimony, calling them "blatantly false and misleading". Schiller testified for four hours in front of the House Intelligence Committee this week and reportedly answered questions not only about Trump's visit to Russia in 2013 but also the June 2016 Trump Tower meeting between Donald Trump Jr. and Russian lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya.
A private security director for Donald Trump who was subsequently named as the deputy assistant to the president and director of Oval Office operations.
At issue: the controversial dossier compiled by ex-British spook Christopher Steele, which makes salacious allegations involving Trump, a hotel room in Moscow, several prostitutes, and a video tape.