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‘I don’t like golden showers’: Trump bizarrely brings up Steele dossier at GOP donor retreat

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Donald Trump has reportedly made an unsolicited reference to allegations in the Steele dossier that he hired Russian prostitutes on Thursday to pee on him at a Moscow hotel during a private GOP dinner.

He spoke at a high-dollar retreat in Palm Beach, Florida before the National Republican Senatorial Committee, a group working to elect more GOP senators to Congress.

“I don’t like golden showers,” Trump told his audience of GOP senators, donors, lobbyists and strategists.

He then appeared to bring up former First Lady Melania Trump, claiming she doubted the lecherous allegation in the former British spy’s report.

“You know what’s great, our wonderful first lady – ‘That one,’ she said, ‘I don’t believe that one,'” Trump said, according to the Washington Post.

He criticized the Russia investigation and the Democrats’ impeachment efforts in a blasphemy.

“It was all fake,” Trump said. “All fake stuff.”

Trump reportedly delivered a strange and meandering speech Thursday night at a high-level dinner for GOP senators and donors

Christopher Steele is a former MI6 agent who was detained by Fusion GPS in 2016, when the company was hired by the 2016 Clinton campaign to conduct opposition investigations into Trump.

What emerged was a dossier of 17 reports detailing Trump’s alleged ties to Russia and a conspiracy to influence the election.

Subsequent investigations based on the file, including the intelligence community’s Crossfire Hurricane probe, yielded no substantial results.

Steele spoke with ABC News host George Stephanopoulos for his new documentary series Out of the Shadows.

His interview, which the Good Morning America anchor boasted was his first television appearance since the dossier was published, will air Monday.

To date, Trump himself has not been involved in any conspiracy with the Russian Federation, although members of his job have been charged and charged with improper foreign ties.

He said Melania Trump did not believe the allegations of pee tape in the Steele dossier

He said Melania Trump did not believe the allegations of pee tape in the Steele dossier

But at Thursday’s dinner, the ex-president showed off his close relationship with Russian President Vladimir Putin and praised the intelligence of Chinese President Xi Jinping.

He also saved time to exorcise favorite punching bags Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi.

Trump told his crowd on the final day of the VIP retreat that the Senate Majority Leader and the Speaker of the House were “maniacs” and reportedly compared his presidency to a fight for survival.

He said the Democrats “cheat like hell, and they stick together.”

“The Republican Party must stay together,” Trump told them, implying that he should be at the helm of that unification.

In a recording of the event obtained by the Post, Trump told Republicans that he saved the party from a near-catastrophe and helped Republicans retain control of their Capitol Hill seats — let alone the GOP lost the presidency, House and Senate early 2021.

‘It was a dying party, I’ll be honest. Now we have a very lively party,” he told the audience.

He also saved some criticism from some of his fellow Republicans, and ventured to go after GOP senators at an event promoting their party’s re-election.

Trump named Utah Senator Mitt Romney and Nebraska Senator Ben Sasse, two of the seven GOP senators who voted to impeach him after the Capitol riots.

Senator Ben Sasse of Nebraska

Utah Senator Mitt Romney

At the event that promoted Republican dominance in the Senate, Trump targeted two GOP senators who voted to impeach him over the Capitol riots

The ex-president also reiterated his unfounded claims that the 2020 elections had been stolen from under him.

“It’s terrible what they’ve done in Georgia and other states,” Trump said.

He praised states that have passed new election security laws since November.

“You look at Texas, you look at a lot of states — they’re correcting all the ways we’ve all been abused in the last election,” Trump said. “The last two elections, if you think about it.”

And while he hasn’t formally entered the 2024 race yet, the former president has raised suspicions that he might launch another presidential bid through various campaign rallies and hints in interviews.

But despite the ambiguity, he is still a clear kingmaker in the Republican party.

The Florida retreat offered top dollar donors the chance to upgrade to an Official Trump Majority Membership.

The package praised a “closed-door private strategy meeting with Trump” and asked people to sign up to support Trump’s “social media site” — without commenting on the non-existent page.

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