Golden Shower Gate Latest: Russia Has Audio, Video Of Donald Trump’s Alleged Sex Acts?


Golden Shower Gate Latest: Russia Has Audio, Video Of Donald Trump’s Alleged Sex Acts?
  1. Golden Shower Gate Latest: Russia Has Audio, Video Of Donald Trump’s Alleged Sex Acts?
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    Engulfed in a major scandal less than 10 days from his inauguration, President-elect Donald Trump could face even more disturbing allegations as reportedly more than one intelligence source was aware of the so-called “Golden Shower Gate” details, Raw Story reported Wedn…
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Engulfed in a major scandal less than 10 days from his inauguration, President-elect Donald Trump could face even more disturbing allegations as reportedly more than one intelligence source was aware of the so-called “Golden Shower Gate” details, Raw Story reported Wednesday.

In his first press conference in six months and first since winning the election in November, Trump denied reports from CNN and BuzzFeed News of an unverified 35-page dossier that included scandalous details of his supposed time visiting Russia in the past. The dossier, which contains errors and has not been proven true, alleges Trump paid prostitutes to urinate on each other.

The dossier was reportedly prepared by a British intelligence officer at the behest Trump’s political opponents and the information it contained has circulated political and media circles for months. The Brit in question is now reportedly a private security consultant named Christopher Steele, the Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday.

But, Raw Story, citing a BBC Washington correspondent Paul Wood, reported the British officer is not the only source for the potentially damning information and that Russia could possess multiple sex tapes of Trump.

“The rumors or the allegations or whatever you want to call them have been circulating for a number of months now,” Wood said in a BBC 4 radio broadcast Wednesday. “I saw the report, compiled by the former British intelligence officer, back in October. He is not, and this is the crucial thing, the only source for this.”

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Wood elaborated, saying at least one Eastern European intelligence service was “aware” of the material Russia may have on Trump and that includes both audio and video and of more than one alleged incident.

“It’s very, very dif…

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