A former Trump bodyguard told members of Congress that a Russian operative offered to "send five women" to Donald Trump's Moscow hotel room after a 2013 business meeting, but the Trump camp turned the offer down. Two other sources said Schiller said he was confident nothing happened after he left.
"We are appalled by the leaks that are coming from partisan insiders from the House Intelligence Committee", Stuart Sears told the channel.
That night, Schiller said, he discussed the conversation with Trump as the future president was making his way back to his hotel room, and they both laughed about it before Trump went to bed - alone.
It also includes claims that Russian spies concealed cameras in Trump's Moscow hotel room that filmed him with prostitutes who urinated on a bed he believed former President Barack Obama had slept in.
Schiller described his reaction to the allegation "bullshit".
When asked about the offer, Schiller said that he could not recall who it was that made it. And senators wanted to know as well, for the subject came up this week during longtime Trump bodyguard Keith Schiller's testimony, according to NBC News. Schiller said he stood outside Trump's hotel room for a while before leaving, as was his routine as the billionaire businessman's security guard. After accompanying Trump to the room, Schiller said he waited outside for a few minutes and then left, CNN reports.
In a statement to NBC News, Schiller's lawyer called the leaked information regarding his testimony "blatantly false and misleading".
Trump has also ramped up his attacks after it became public that the Hillary Clinton campaign and Democratic National Committee, through the law firm Perkins Coie, paid opposition research firm Fusion GPS to compile the material that led to the dossier.
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.