WITCH HUNT: Congressional Investigators Want Donald Trump Jr.’s Phone Records

Congressional investigators now want access to Donald Trump Jr.’s phone records related to the June 2016 meeting with the Russian lawyer.

Apparently the emails he handed over and testimony aren’t enough–for something that ISN’T EVEN ILLEGAL.

CBS News:

Congressional investigators are interested in obtaining phone records pertaining to Donald Trump Jr.’s June 9, 2016 Trump Tower meeting with a Russian lawyer, CBS News has confirmed.

CBS News’ Jeff Pegues reports that a congressional source says there is “high interest” in obtaining cell phone records and phone records in general around the meeting, which Trump Jr. had agreed to because he had been led to believe that the lawyer had damaging information about Hillary Clinton.

And there is also interest in the email accounts of all of those involved in the meeting. In addition to Trump Jr., Jared Kushner and Paul Manafort also attended the gathering. A congressional source says “we want all relevant documents” connected to the people in the meeting. Investigators would want to know all that was discussed between the parties, before, during and after the meeting.

The fake news media had a fit over the fact that President Trump supposedly advised his son, Don Jr. on a statement regarding his meeting with the Russian lawyer. Again, there is nothing illegal about this, but the media sycophants and evil liberals must continue to push the ‘Russian collusion’ story in order to deflect from the real crimes committed by the Obama administration.

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