President Trump's son-in-law and adviser Jared Kushner is expected to meet with staff from the Senate Intelligence committee in coming days, according to a senator on the panel.
Both the Senate and House Intelligences committees are investigating Russia's attempt to manipulate the outcome of the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election as well as allegations of collusion between members of the Trump campaign and high-ranking Russian officials. That did not mean, however, that Kushner is suspected of committing a crime or that the investigators intend to charge him.
The Senate Intelligence Committee is conducting an investigation into alleged Russian attempts to interfere in the US presidential election, and whether there were any ties between that alleged effort and associates of Trump.
"Mr. Kushner previously volunteered to share with Congress what he knows about these meetings".
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NBC News first reported the planned Kushner meeting.
His lawyers have said Kushner is willing to answer questions, and President Trump's spokesperson, Hope Hicks, says the president's son-in-law has nothing to hide.
Kushner will likely be asked about his meetings with the Russian ambassador to the United States. A hearing could happen as early as the end of June, according to reports by CNN and NBC, with sources familiar with the matter claiming specific times for the hearing "are ongoing" for Kushner to appear.
Sen. Bill Burr, a Republican from North Carolina and Sen.