The Republican-led Senate Intelligence Committee has subpoenaed President Donald Trump's eldest son, Donald Trump Jr., to answer questions about his claim to have just limited knowledge of an ultimately aborted plan to build a Trump Tower in Moscow.
President Donald Trump's longtime personal attorney testified under oath that the president's namesake son lied to Congress about the family's Trump Tower Moscow project. On Monday, the House Intelligence Committee, led by Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA), released 600-pages of Cohen's testimony during his two closed-door sessions testifying under oath. "Asked by Schiff during the March closed-door hearing whether it would be inaccurate for Trump Jr. to say that he merely had a 'vague or 'passing'
President Donald Trump's son Don Jr. was subpoenaed by the Republican-led Senate Intelligence Committee to answer questions about the discrepancies in his previous testimony and Robert Mueller's report. Mueller refused to bring charges against the younger Trump because he was too ignorant to know what he was doing wasn't ethical or legal, CNN reported Monday. Two sources told CNN that Trump Jr. is "balking at answering anymore questions" about the Trump Tower meeting and about
President Trump's off-the-rails Rose Garden speech on Wednesday was notable largely just because it was so absurd, but he also dropped a piece of information about the infamous Trump Tower meeting before the 2016 election for the first time.
“Don and Senate Intel agreed from the very beginning that he would appear once to testify before the committee,” a source close to Trump Jr. reportedly said.
Singer Cher took a direct shot at President Donald Trump’s children on social media saying they weren’t “worth a damn.”
“I don't see Senate Intel doing this, but House Intel and/or Judiciary should subpoena Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner too,” former prosecutor Elizabeth de la Vega tweeted.
Shoulda had a Diet Dr. Pepper today, but unfortunately I did not.
"Well, I was very surprised," Trump said. "I saw Richard Burr saying there was no collusion two or three weeks ago. He went outside and somebody asked him
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President Donald Trump did not say whether he thought Donald Trump Jr. should fight the subpoena he got from the Senate Intelligence Committee.
President Donald Trump said Thursday he was 'very surprised' about the subpoena for his son Don Jr.