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Donald Trump Jr. Tells Senate Intelligence Panel He Stands By Previous Statements

NYTimes.com Wednesday, 12 June 2019
Donald Trump Jr. told the Senate Intelligence Committee he had been truthful in past testimony, as the House Intelligence Committee launched its own Russia investigation.
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President Donald Trump's son is set to deliver closed-door testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee.

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