Grassley may subpoena Trump Jr. to testify to Senate panel

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Pressed on whether the committee would subpoena Trump Jr., Grassley said, "Let's wait and see what he does from our letter". Grassley wouldn't say what he wants to hear from the president's eldest son, but said members aren't restricted "from asking anything they want to ask".

On Tuesday, Trump Jr. released an email chain with UK-born publicist Rob Goldstone about a meeting with Natalia Veselnitskaya to allegedly discuss compromising information on then-presidential nominee and Trump rival Hillary Clinton.

But those close to Manafort maintain he's done nothing wrong - in fact, they think Manafort's involvement in this whole thing is completely unlike that of Trump Jr. and Jared Kushner, who was also at the meeting.

The letter questioned how Natalia Veselnitskaya - the Russian lawyer who met with the Trump campaign last summer - was allowed to travel to the United States, despite past attempts where she was denied a USA visa.

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The display showed Short talk to a music publisher who wanted to find a Russian government lawyer who would apparently take Clinton's dirt as 'part of Russian government support. Trump critics claim this represents an attempt at collusion by Trump Jr. But Donald Trump said Wednesday that, while he didn't know about the meeting until it was reported in the press, he didn't fault his son for taking it. Schiff said the problem is something to be investigated along with an analysis of the Trump campaign data.

But Trump also refused to dispute an assertion made by Russian President Vladimir Putin that Trump believed him when he said that Russia hadn't meddle in the election during their lengthy meeting in Germany last week.

Investigations into possible collusion between Russian Federation and the Trump campaign have shadowed the White House for months.

"We have learned that the person who sought the meeting is associated with Fusion GPS, a firm which according to public reports was retained by Democratic operatives to develop opposition research on the president and which commissioned the phony Steele dossier", Mark Corallo, a spokesman for Trump's legal team, told Circa. "There was zero coordination" between his campaign and Russian Federation", he told Reuters, adding, "It's the dumbest thing I've ever heard".