When President Donald Trump is unavailable for a reelection campaign event, the base often considers Donald Trump Jr. a very good substitute.
Donald Trump Jr. agreed on Tuesday to testify again before the Senate Intelligence Committee, following threats to ignore a committee subpoena. Negotiations between the committee and lawyers representing the president’s eldest son led to a ...
Burr chairs the Senate Intelligence Committee, which issued the subpoena to have Trump Jr. testify again about Trump campaign ties with Russian operatives.
Trump Jr. does have one legal way of getting around the subpoena: invoking his Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination.
If Donald Trump Jr. is found to have lied to Congress about his contacts with Russia, he could face the same charge that sent Michael Cohen to prison.
Bad behavior descibed in the Mueller Report ranges from the banal to the corrupt, with damning details about individuals who haven't been indicted. Yet.