Heading Into Hearing, Trump Jr. Said He Has ‘Nothing To Correct’ From Last Time

Donald Trump Jr. speaks during a get-out-the-vote rally for his father,ÊRepublican presidential nominee Donald Trump,Êat Ahern ManufacturingÊon November 3, 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Trump Jr. urged people to vote for his father during early voting, which ends on November 4 in the battleground state, and on Election Day.
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On his way into a closed hearing before the Senate Intelligence Committee, Donald Trump Jr. told reporters that he has “nothing to correct” from his previous testimony, per Politico. 

His second appearance, spurred by a subpoena from chairman Richard Burr (R-NC), will center on issues like his previous statements on Trump Tower Moscow. The subpoena came after new comments from Michael Cohen about the project appeared to differ from Trump Jr.’s testimony.

The subpoena incurred the wrath of Republicans who insisted that the “case is closed.”

According to Politico, the Wednesday hearing will take up to four hours and focus on five or six topics agreed to by both Trump Jr. and the committee.

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