According to CNBC, Donald Trump Jr. was subpoenaed by the Senate Intelligence Committee to answer questions about his claiming to have only limited knowledge of the Trump Tower in Moscow, Russia.
In September 2017, Trump Jr. testified that he was “peripherally aware” of an effort to build the Trump Tower in Moscow. The project began when President Trump was a candidate for the Republican presidential nomination.
Earlier this year, former personal lawyer to Trump Michael Cohen testified that he had met with Trump Jr. as well as Ivanka Trump “approximately 10” times to brief them about the Moscow plan.
Cohen began his three-year federal prison sentence on Monday after pleading guilty to lying to Congress in 2017 about when the Trump Tower project ended.
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