House panel wants to interview longtime Trump bodyguard in Russian Federation probe

Keith Schiller is now on the list of witnesses that House Intelligence Committee investigators want to talk to as part of their probe into possible ties between team Trump and the Russians”, Cecilia Vega reported on Good Morning America.Schiller was a bodyguard to the president for nearly two decades before he was promoted to White House aide after Trump assumed office in January.The committee’s interest in Schiller and other Trump campaign officials signals a new direction in the Russian Federation probe, the network reported.It’s the latest indication that the investigations are touching Trump’s inner circle.Disney Parks editorial content director Thomas Smith writes in a blog post that Disney is working closely with the White House on Trump’s words and a recording session with the president has been scheduled.The former New York City police officer, who hand-delivered former FBI Director James Comey’s dismissal letter to the law enforcement agency’s main headquarters in Washington last month, was also previously the head of security for President Donald Trump’s titular global company.Kushner, Stone, Flynn and Manafort have all volunteered their testimony with the committee and have denied wrongdoing.Additionally, Schiller accompanied Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner to Iraq in April.