The documents from the Senate Judiciary Committee help explain how the president’s son came to meet a Russian lawyer promising dirt on Clinton.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A U.S. Senate committee on Wednesday released hundreds of pages of transcripts and other details from its investigation of a meeting at Trump Tower in June 2016 with Russians who claimed to have damaging information…
The Senate Judiciary Committee released transcripts of testimony by Goldstone and others involved in the meeting.
Among the information released was an interview with Donald Trump, Jr.
The records, part of the Senate Judiciary Committee’s inquiry into contacts between the Trump campaign and Russians, produced few major revelations.
Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley has released the product of hours' worth of interviews and other materials related to the Russia investigation.
Details of Donald Trump Jr.’s campaign meeting with Russians promising dirt on his father’s Democratic rival were revealed.
Here are three big-picture takeaways after the Senate Judiciary Committee's release of more than 2,500 pages of transcripts, emails and other materials.