Don Jr. will meet with Senate Intelligence Committee behind closed doors

The Witch Hunt Continues Don Jr. Will Testify Behind Closed Doors Tomorrow For Senate Intelligence Committee

The Witch Hunt Continues Don Jr. Will Testify Behind Closed Doors Tomorrow For Senate Intelligence Committee

I'm glad that this is finally over.

The appearance by Trump Jr., who now heads the Trump Organization with his brother Eric, was expected to cover a wide array of subjects, including the Moscow Trump Tower project.

Before he walked in, he also told reporters there was "nothing to correct".

Donald Trump Jr. returned to the Republican-controlled Senate Intelligence Committee for a second closed-door interview Wednesday about matters related to several investigations into Russian interference in the 2016 election, including that of former special counsel Robert Mueller.

He also noted that Cohen is "serving time right now for lying to these very investigative bodies".

His testimony was later contradicted by testimony from Michael Cohen, the President's former personal lawyer.

It's incredible how determined some members of the media/Dem members of Congress are to take the word of and believe a convicted felon like Michael Cohen, WHO IS CURRENTLY SITTING IN A CELL FOR LYING UNDER OATH, over Don.

In his first appearance before the committee, Trump Jr. testified that he was only "peripherally aware" of the Trump Tower Moscow project.

The lawyer had promised to share damaging information on Trump's 2016 opponent, Hillary Clinton, although in fact, little useful information was shared.

Panel chairman Sen. Richard Burr (R-N.C.) has indicated a reluctance to pursue any perjury charges against Trump Jr., reasoning that if Mueller had had access to the Senate Intelligence Committee's interview transcripts, and if he had found cause to indict him for the crime of lying to Congress, he would have. The committee also reportedly had lingering questions regarding a meeting that Trump Jr. accepted with a group of Russians at Trump Tower in NY on June 9, 2016.

The report did not find any clear evidence to charge members of Trump's campaign with conspiring with Russian Federation, but neither did it exonerate the president of obstruction of justice.

The president said in May he believed his son was being treated poorly.

Many of those criticizing Burr included his own Senate Republican colleagues, some of whom accused the North Carolina Republican of helping the Democrats by continuing the panel's investigation even after Mueller had wrapped up his probe, which concluded there was not enough evidence to establish a conspiracy between Trump's campaign and Russian Federation. I have no idea why. Trump questioned Burr's decision to subpoena his son after news broke of it last month, calling the move "very unfair". Cornyn's Texas colleague, Republican Sen.

Still, McConnell made it clear that he is eager to be finished with the probe, which has now gone on for more than two years. Burr told The Associated Press last month that he hopes to be finished with the investigation by the end of the year.