They called it "the gorilla in the room".
In his testimony, he said he did not know whether his father was directly involved in explanations about the meeting that reportedly contained discrepancies, but acknowledged the president "may have" influenced the messaging through then-White House communications assistant Hope Hicks.
Senate Judiciary Democrats today released preliminary findings from the Committee's investigation into the June 9, 2016, Trump Tower meeting where top Trump campaign officials sought incriminating information on Hillary Clinton from a Russian lawyer.
The document also noted that Butina "refused to cooperate" when she testified before other committees. "We disagree with narrative that y were trying to help Trump", he told press, adding that no evidence of collusion had been found. Trump still did not travel to Moscow, and a meeting between Trump and Putin did not occur.
In them, a clearer portrait of Aras Agalarov emerges as someone who persistently attempts to connect the Russian attorney with the Trump campaign, both before and after the election, to talk about the impact on global adoptions of United States sanctions against Russia. In the Committee's conclusions does not address issues where there is an investigation: was there a conspiracy between the trump and the Russians to discredit the political opponent of the incumbent President, Hillary Clinton.
There should never have been a Special Counsel appointed.
He has praised Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sissi, Thailand Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-o-cha, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte, among others.
You'd figure that Trump Jr. would remember Akhmetshin considering he was dressed in a highly inappropriate and overly casual pink outfit. Torshin is the deputy governor of the Central Bank of Russian Federation.
I think we're all asking the same question here, and that question is, "Which rap song was Donald Trump listening to?"
Donald Trump Jr, in testimony released by the Republican-led Senate Judiciary Committee, says he did not tell his father ahead of time about the meeting with a Kremlin-connected lawyer five months ahead of the November 2016 presidential election. The investigations also explore wher re was obstruction to justice by President of United States, who fueled this suspicion when in May past year he dismissed James Comey as director of FBI, when he was on top of this case.
"After a few minutes of this labored presentation, Jared Kushner, who is sitting next to me, appeared somewhat agitated by this and said, 'I really have no idea what you're talking about".
"Donald came here to Russian Federation when he was not even nominated", Mr Putin told Ms Megyn Kelly of NBC News. There is "Trump Change", a 1998 cut off of E-40's Hall of Game, but I severely doubt that anyone who knows Donald Trump is cool enough to put him onto late-90s E-40. "I learned about it only afterwards, when I was told that as it turned out he had been to Russian Federation". Kaveladze was at the meeting and also testified in private before the Senate Judiciary Committee.
That is when "it first reared its ugly head", he recalled.
Trump Jr has said since that no "meaningful information" was offered and the meeting focused mostly on the issue of adoptions of Russian children. "This is obviously very high level and sensitive information but is part of Russian Federation and its government's support for Mr. Trump-helped along by Aras and Emin", Goldstone wrote.
Goldstone went on to relay that the Washington Post was reporting that the FBI was investigating the meeting.
It was unclear whether Mr Agalarov delivered the letter to Mr Putin or whether Mr Putin responded.
Rob Goldstone, a music promoter who acted as an intermediary between Trump Jr and the Russians, said no damaging information was presented to the campaign team.
Almost six months later, he was again asked to contact the Trumps and attempt to secure another meeting with Veselnitskaya.
"And then he emphasised the word again".
The intelligence agencies' assessment concluded that the Russian government interfered in the election and that Russian military intelligence provided hacked information from the Democratic National Committee and senior Democratic officials to the website WikiLeaks. The earliest that senators are likely to release the report would be September.
"I totally understand", Mr Goldstone replied, "unless maybe he would welcome meeting with President Putin, which Emin would set up".