Donald Trump Jr. Agrees To Appear Before Senate Intelligence Committee
Wednesday, 15 May 2019 () President Donald Trump's eldest son has reportedly agreed to appear before the Senate Intelligence Committee next month as part of the panel's ongoing investigation of Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.
According to Reuters, The U.S. House of Representatives committee that would handle any impeachment of President Donald Trump briefly convened and then adjourned a hearing on Tuesday with another empty..
Donald Trump Jr. reached a deal with the Senate Intelligence Committee to testify again about a 2016 Trump Tower meeting. He appeared in 2017 and wouldn't return... NPR Also reported by •Seattle Times •Independent •Newsmax
The president's son, Donald Trump Jr. has agreed to answer questions from the Senate Intelligence Committee on his contact with Russians. Nancy Cordes has the... CBS News Also reported by •Seattle Times •Newsmax •USATODAY.com •Reuters India
CNN has new reporting this afternoon on the Senate Intelligence Committee––led by Senator *Richard Burr* (R- NC)––subpoena of *Donald Trump Jr.* and the... Mediaite Also reported by •Newsmax •Deseret News •USATODAY.com