Donald Trump Jr. will give public testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee as soon as this fall, to discuss the meeting he held with a Russian lawyer who allegedly promised him damaging information on Hillary Clinton.
According to Senator Diane Feinstein, who was interviewed by CNN’s State of the Union on Sunday, Trump Jr.’s testimony will be taken soon. “It’ll be this fall, I know that for sure,” Feinstein told CNN.
“Things keep changing. Not by design, but by the press of other business on the committee,” she added. Trump Jr. previously told Fox News host Sean Hannity that he would be willing to testify to “all of it” when asked if he would share details of the meeting under oath.
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