Congress Investigators Interview Keith Schiller about Russian Controversy

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Congress investigators are going to interview Keith Schiller on Russia controversy

The controversy regarding the Russian interference during the presidential election period is far from being over. After many interventions and high-pressure assumptions, including the firing of Comey from the FBI, Congress moves forward with its investigation. Congressional investigators want to interview Keith Schiller, who has been President Donald Trump’s bodyguard for a long time, and now he has become a White House aide.

Congress Investigators Interview Keith Schiller into Russian Controversy

Keith Schiller is the former head of security for the Trump Organization. He now works as the White House director of Oval Office operations.

Schiller, the former head of security for the Trump Organization who now serves as the White House director of Oval Office operations, is one of several Trump associates on the House Intelligence Committee’s witness list in its ongoing investigation into Russian election interference.

The Senate Intelligence Committee has made some advancements regarding the investigation into the Russian probe. They have turned to interview Keith Schiller, which marks a new level in the investigation. And it is the latest clue that investigators are touching a sensible spot, that of President Trump’s inner circle.

After the Congress interview Keith Schiller, they are turning to Roger Stone, who is expected to appear before investigators for a closed-door interview in late July. Then there is former NSA Adviser Michael Flynn, Jared Kushner, Trump’s son-in-law and senior adviser, and Paul Manafort, former Trump campaign chairman.

All of the aforementioned ones have offered to cooperate with the investigators, denying any wrongdoing. In the light of new events, several White House aides have stated, in private for ABC News, that they expect any time now to be called for by the Congress or the special counsel.

Until then, however, the Congress investigators interview Keith Schiller in order to see what they can find in relation with the Russian interference during the presidential election.

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