Nightclub provides new clues about Donald Trump’s Pee Pee Tape


By now you’ve certainly heard the tale of Donald Trump and his Pee Pee Tape. Former MI6 agent Christopher Steele amassed a dossier of Trump-Russia research and included the claim that Trump was involved with Russian prostitutes and urine, and Vladimir Putin has been blackmailing him with a videotape of it. Now it turns out a Vegas nightclub, which was frequented by Trump during a key moment in his Russia scandal, has been shut down for a similar incident.

We don’t want to be writing about Trump and urine any more than you want to be reading about it, but this new development may end up being crucial to the Trump-Russia scandal. When Donald Trump was putting together plans for his Miss Universe pageant in Russia in 2013, he held a planning meeting with Rob Goldstone and Emin Agalarov at a nightclub in Las Vegas. Why did Trump choose this particular club?


It may have something to do with the fact that the strippers working at the club were simulating urinating on the patrons. Yahoo News says the club was eventually shut down because of it (link). Trump surely would have known about these kinds of antics when he chose the club for his meeting. This helps to verify that Trump really is into this particular fetish, and it goes a long way to giving validity to Trump’s “Pee Pee Tape” incident in Russia, which is alleged to have taken place just a short time later. There’s more.

Donald Trump was at that club with Rob Goldstone and Emin Agalarov, plotting the early stages of his interactions with Russia and Vladimir Putin. When Donald Trump Jr later had his Russia meeting at Trump Tower during the 2016 election, Goldstone and Agalarov were two of the key people who set up the meeting. The pieces are starting to fit together more cleanly than ever. Then again, there’s nothing “clean” about this scandal.

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