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Donald Trump Jr summoned to testify again to Senate committee over Russia investigation

Independent Thursday, 9 May 2019
Renewed interest in president's son comes after former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen contradicted Trump Jr's evidence during Mueller probe
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Reuters reports Donald Trump Jr. may be resisting a U.S. Senate Intelligence Committee subpoena to testify about his contacts with Russia. Two congressional sources said on Thursday that Trump Jr is expected to cite his Fifth Amendment constitutional right to avoid self-incrimination, a day after it...

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