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Agrees to Private Interview With Senate Judiciary Committee

31 August 2017

Donald Trump Jr. agreed to sit down with the Senate judiciary committee as part of the investigation into contacts between the Trump campaign and Russian Federation. The special Prosecutor and several congressional committees are investigating, joined the members of the electoral headquarters of the trump in collusion with the Kremlin.

CNN first reported the news Tuesday, weeks after the eldest Trump son was invited to testify in public at a hearing in July.

"Shortly thereafter, a date for that interview was set and agreed to by both the Committee and Trump Jr".

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CNN reports this afternoon that President Trump has agreed to a transcribed interview behind closed doors.

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Alan Futerfas, who is an attorney for the younger Trump, declined to comment.

Lawmakers have wanted to hear from Trump Jr. ever since word of his June 2016 meeting with a Russian attorney over possible damaging information about Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton emerged.

Mr Mueller, who was appointed special counsel in May, is leading the investigation, which also examines potential collusion by the Trump campaign with Russian Federation. He said that he would be willing to testify before Congress on the meeting, which he considered to be standard campaign protocol to look for opposition research.

Earlier this month, Trump Jr. turned over 250 pages of documents to the Senate judiciary committee as part of the deal that they cut.

Agrees to Private Interview With Senate Judiciary Committee