As reported on Monday by the Inquisitr, Donald Trump appears to have lied to former FBI Director James Comey about the amount of time he spent in Moscow at the 2013 Miss Universe beauty pageant — the visit during which, according to an allegation in the "Steele Dossier," Trump ordered Russian prostitutes to perform a "golden showers" urination show on a bed in his suite at the Moscow Ritz-Carlton Hotel.
According to the dossier, the "golden showers" incident was secretly video-recorded by Russian intelligence agents, in order to use as blackmail material against Trump at some later date.
But Trump's version of the story, in his conversations with Comey and as reported by the ex-FBI boss in formerly confidential memos, as well as in his new book A Higher Loyalty, was that he flew in and flew of out Moscow on the same day, spending little if any time in a hotel room.
Flight records acquired by Bloomberg News contradict Trump's claim, according to a report published Monday, showing that Trump's private aircraft arrived in Russia early on the morning of November 8, 2013, and departed just two minutes before 4 a.m. on November 10.
Whether Trump was actually intending to leave Russia less than three hours after the Miss Universe after-party attended by Trump began at 1 a.m. is now in question as well — because Trump appears to have forgotten that, at the after-party, he propositioned a former Hungarian beauty queen, according to her own account.