JUST IN: Probe investigation targeting key Trump ally

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Despite a lack of evidence pointing to President Trump and mounting claims that President Obama and Hillary Clinton were actually the ones “colluding” with Russia prior to the 2016 election, the House Intelligence Committee now wants to interview White House aide Keith Schiller, who has served as President Trump’s longtime bodyguard, according to an ABC News report that cites “sources familiar with the investigation.”

A former New York police officer, Schiller now serves as the White House director of Oval Office operations and has been working with Trump for close to 20 years.

In fact, he was the one who hand-delivered the letter of termination from the president to FBI Director James Comey. He also accompanied Jared Kushner to Iraq in April, along with National Security Adviser Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster.

Trump associate Roger Stone will appear before congressional investigators for a closed-door interview in late July as Congressional investigators add to the growing list of Trump associates they want to talk to, including former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn, former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort and Kushner.

Kushner, Stone, Flynn and Manafort have all denied any wrongdoing and are voluntarily cooperating with special counsel Robert Mueller as he leads a separate wide-ranging investigation of alleged Russian interference and whether Trump associates were involved.

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