Grassley wouldn't say what he wants to hear from Donald Trump Jr., but said members aren't restricted "from asking anything they want to ask". "They were enthusiastic about accepting Russian support". Akhmetshin has denied reports claiming he's a former Russian counterintelligence officer.
She went on to list potential charges without providing further context: "Criminal conspiracy to defraud the United States, impeding the lawful administration of a federal election or to make an offense against the United States, cybercrime, hacking against U.S. citizens-the Clinton campaign".
The June 9 meeting involved a lawyer, Natalia Veselnitskaya, who was described to Trump Jr.in emails as a "Russian government attorney" who had incriminating information on Clinton. I have asked over and over again.
When asked Tuesday whether Kushner still has his security clearance, Sanders declined to comment, saying, "We've never discussed the security clearances". These include a procedural move, a "resolution of inquiry", by which the Democrats intend to force a vote on a request that Attorney General Jeff Sessions disclose information about his meetings a year ago with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak-among other matters. "That's missing from this debate and that's very unfortunate, both on the Democrats and the Republicans".
With some openly talking of impeaching the president, Democrats on key committees joined Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., to announce they would sponsor "resolutions of inquiry" seeking information about any Trump business or campaign connections to Russian Federation, data about any enrichment his family or business receive from the government, and the president's personal tax returns.
Pelosi launched her complaints during a news conference House Democrats held to introduce a half-dozen resolutions of inquiry pertaining to the president's and administration members' potential ties to Russian operatives.
Rep. Ruben Gallego (D-Ariz.) and Rep.
"You know, we've already started the wall because we're fixing large portions of wall right now", he said. "Every day that goes by. mischief can happen, and I think we really could have passed it the week before the [July Fourth] recess". "So when the facts are clear-the law is certainly clear-then this Congress will make a decision in that regard".
She called for the release of all communications with Trump campaign and Trump family.
"I don't think this is the right time, but the answer is yes, I would", he said, adding that refusing to talk to Russian Federation would be foolish.