The now-infamous Steele dossier contained many allegations of impropriety on behalf of Donald Trump, but perhaps the most salacious allegation—and one which has repeatedly dominated headlines since whenever it becomes relevant again—is that Donald Trump paid Russian prostitutes in Moscow to urinate on a bed that President Barack Obama and former First Lady Michelle Obama had slept in. Trump has denied the allegations.
Now, information is coming to light that lends credence to that allegation: It seems that wouldn’t be the first time Donald Trump went out of his way to witness a urine-related sex act.
According to a soon-to-be-released book by Mother Jones’ David Corn, and Michael Isikoff, Chief Investigative Correspondent for Yahoo News, during the Miss Universe pageant in 2013, Donald Trump partied with Russians and things got…interesting. Here’s an excerpt:
‘On the evening of June 15, the two Russians and their British publicist were planning a big dinner at CUT, a restaurant located at the Palazzo hotel and casino. Much to their surprise, they received a call from Keith Schiller, Trump’s longtime security chief and confidant, informing them that his boss wanted to join their party. Sure, they said, please come.’
At least one of the people at the dinner, Ike Kaveladze, is a suspected money launderer. Michael Cohen, Trump’s longtime lawyer and aide, was there. So were numerous other Russians with connections to other oligarchs, criminals, and Putin himself.
‘After the dinner, part of the group headed to an after-party at a raunchy nightclub in the Palazzo mall called the Act. Shortly after midnight, the entourage arrived at the club. The group included Trump, Emin, Goldstone, Culpo, and Nana Meriwether, the outgoing Miss USA. Trump and Culpo were photographed in the lobby by a local paparazzi. The club’s management had heard that Trump might be there that night and had arranged to have plenty of Diet Coke on hand for the teetotaling Trump. (The owners had also discussed whether they should prepare a special performance for the developer, perhaps a dominatrix who would tie him up on stage or a little-person transvestite Trump impersonator. They nixed that idea.)’
Here’s the type of club they went to:
‘The Act was no ordinary nightclub. Since March, it had been the target of undercover surveillance by the Nevada Gaming Control Board and investigators for the club’s landlord — the Palazzo, which was owned by GOP megadonor Sheldon Adelson — after complaints about its performances. The club featured seminude women performing simulated sex acts of bestiality and grotesque sadomasochism — skits that a few months later would prompt a Nevada state judge to issue an injunction barring any more of its “lewd” and “offensive” performances. Among the club’s regular acts cited by the judge was one called “Hot for Teacher,” in which naked college girls simulate urinating on a professor. In another act, two women disrobe and then “one female stands over the other female and simulates urinating while the other female catches the urine in two wine glasses.” (The Act shut down after the judge’s ruling. There is no public record of which skits were performed the night Trump was present.)’
Emin (whose manager set up the meeting in Trump Tower between Trump Jr. and Russians offering dirt on Hillary Clinton), a pop star of mediocre talent who’d really like to break into the American market, even featured Donald Trump in a music video, which you can watch below. Mute is recommended:
One of the key defenses of Trump’s alleged “pee tape” is that Trump, a well known germaphobe, would be singularly unlikely to get peed on by Russian prostitutes. Yet the allegation is not actually that Trump had anything to do with the urine—it’s that he had them urinate on a bed.
If Trump is going to parties and watching women pretend to urinate on each other, it seems all the more likely that the kompromat it’s said that Putin has on Trump is, indeed, real.
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