Multiple Sources Corroborate Trump ‘Pee-Pee’ Tape — Additional Tapes Alleged

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After all that’s going on and all that President Trump has been alleged to have done leading up to his victory over Hillary Clinton, an odd Moscow sex tape likely won’t have an impact on whether or not he remains President. With that said, the existence of such a tape would likely further legitimatize the rest of Christopher Steele’s dossier.

According to Steele, who wrote the salacious dossier which was released in January, Trump had paid prostitutes to urinate on each other on the bed that Barack and Michelle Obama had allegedly slept in. Steele also claimed that the whole incident was filmed and that the Kremlin is holding such material as ‘kompromat’ in order to convince Trump to toe their line.

Many critics of the dossier, who claim that it’s filled with lies and inaccuracies, use these nearly unbelievable allegations as a way to discredit the entire 35-page document. New information, however, coming from The Spectator, seems to further legitimize the existence of such a tape.

Paul Wood from The Spectator, has claimed to have heard from two separate sources that Russia does in fact have kompromat on the President. Wood also goes on to state:

“There are, though, reports of witnesses in the hotel who corroborate Steele’s reporting. These include an American who’s said to have seen a row with the hotel security over whether the hookers would be allowed up to Trump’s suite. The dossier’s account of hookers in a Moscow hotel room was the subject of gossip among politicians and intelligence people for months before it was published.”

Wood then goes on to claim that the urination tape that the Russians allegedly have of Trump and several prostitutes, is not the only or most extreme tape in existence.

“Now claims are circulating of more tapes showing more extreme behavior. Expect these allegations to emerge in due course,” Wood continued.

For those unfamiliar with Paul Wood, he’s an incredibly well respected and trusted international journalist. He has reported from some of the most war-torn areas on the planet, including Croatia, Bosnia, Macedonia, Chechnya, Algeria, Libya, Saudi Arabia, and Sudan. He has won multiple awards and is respected around the world.

It will be interesting to see what eventually surfaces regarding these alleged tapes, and how it may have an effect on Trumps presidency. Let’s hear your thoughts on these allegations in the comments section below.

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