Skip to comments.Congressional investigators to question longtime Trump aide
Posted on 11/07/2017 10:30:50 AM PST by Oldeconomybuyer
A longtime aide to President Donald Trump who followed the businessman-turned-president from New York City to the White House is expected on Capitol Hill Tuesday to face questions from congressional Russia investigators.
Keith Schiller, who served in the West Wing as Trumps director of Oval Office operations until September, will meet with the House Intelligence Committee behind closed doors as the panel investigates Russian election interference and allegations of collusion between the Russia and the Trump campaign.
A former New York City police officer, Schiller has been a fixture at Trumps side for decades, serving as a body man for the New York developer, and a point of contact for many people trying to get in touch with Trump.
He is expected to face questions from Democrats about Trump's 2013 trip to Moscow for the Miss Universe pageant, sources told ABC News.
In May, Schiller hand-delivered Trumps letter firing former FBI Director James Comey to FBI headquarters. Special counsel Robert Mueller is now investigating the circumstances around Comeys firing.
He was also known on the campaign trail as Trumps enforcer, physically removing Univision anchor Jorge Ramos from a 2015 press conference, and hitting a protester in the face outside another Trump Tower event.
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WHEN THE HELL ARE ANY DEMOCRATS GOING TO BE INVESTIGATED ABOUT ANYTHING??????????????????????????????
Agree. Good question. Ask Chair Devin Nunes.
This should be his answer: I dont recall anything about that but I do know that Clinton got 500k from the riskiest while his wife was sec of state.
I think he is. This guy knows exactly what went on in Russia and can turn the cards on dems.
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