Trump’s former bodyguard to face questions from House committee about 2013 Russia trip
11:20, Saturday, 04 November, 2017
One of U.S. President Donald Trump’s most trusted confidants, a security chief who served as his sounding board for two decades, will face questions from congressional investigators next week about Trump’s 2013 trip to Moscow, according to people familiar with their plans. The excursion is at the centre of some of the most salacious allegations contained in a now-famous dossier, which contains unverified charges that Trump has vehemently disputed. The House Intelligence Committee has called former longtime bodyguard Keith Schiller to appear for an interview Tuesday as part of its probe of Russian meddling in the 2016 election. Investigators plan to press Schiller about allegations in the 35-page dossier that Russian officials obtained compromising information about Trump’s personal behaviour when he visited Moscow for the 2013 Miss Universe pageant, according to people familiar with the investigation.