The exchange began with Goldstone's June 3, 2016, email, in which he wrote Trump Jr. about "high level and sensitive information" about "Hillary [Clinton] and her dealings with Russia" that Aras Agalarov - Emin's billionaire developer father - had been told that morning existed and was available to the Trump campaign as "part of Russian Federation and its government's support for Mr. Trump". "I mean, this is time and time again, lie after lie", Trump Jr. said.
Previous year and again in March, Trump Jr. angrily denied meeting with Russian representatives, calling such reports "phony" and "disgusting".
"I didn't know if there was any credibility, I didn't know if there was anything behind it, I can't vouch for the information".
In the complaint, the groups argued that Trump Jr.'s actions meet the definition of solicitation under the law because he requested and helped arrange the meeting. He said the President had not been aware of Mr. Trump Jr.'s June 2016 meeting and didn't find out about his son's email exchange until "very recently".
The top Democrat on the Senate Intelligence Committee says the panel has requested documents from Donald Trump Jr.
"Why would he want me [to win]?"
Trump's decision to call on the reporter raised eyebrows, such as in a tweet from a White House reporter for the Associated Press, who said: "Seems like a clear violation of protocol for this question not to go to an American journalist". He said it was "very important that these professionals do their jobs" in the investigations.
But he insisted that nothing came out of the meeting of use to the Trump campaign, and he did nothing to collude with Russian Federation or cooperate with the Kremlin in any effort to damage Clinton's election prospects.
Ryan said it is "absolutely unacceptable" that Russian Federation meddled in the presidential election.
Trump said he spent the first 20 or 25 minutes of his more than two-hour meeting with Putin last Friday in Germany on the election meddling subject. And he said no, I did not. Then, he conceded it was about information that may be helpful to the campaign, but that he wasn't told who the meeting would be with.
In another interview with CBN's Pat Robertson also on Wednesday, Trump defended his meeting with Putin and their perceived closeness.
"I think many people would have held that meeting", Trump said. And, as we have said, she had no information to provide and wanted to talk about adoption policy and the Magnitsky Act. "I had a great. He loves his country", Trump said. "I think personal relations were established".
A department spokesman says the Federal Bureau of Investigation agent who helped with the form said those encounters didn't have to be included as routine contacts as part of Sessions' Senate duties.
Trump asked: "What do you do?"
"The allegations are very risky and we're not done yet". What the emails show is that we must not look away until they have led wherever they will.
Trump appeared to be referencing an article in The Hill newspaper that said the Justice Department had enabled Veselnitskaya to be in the United States. He said his US military buildup and drive to increase USA energy production were in direct conflict with Putin, whose nation is dependent on energy exports.style="text-align: center;"