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Donald Trump Jr. to testify before Senate Intelligence Committee

CBS News Friday, 22 May 2020 ()
President Trump's oldest son, Donald Trump Jr., will return to Capitol Hill next month to testify in a Senate committee's Russia investigation. He was given a subpoena last week after skipping requests to testify. Nancy Cordes reports.
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