On Wednesday Donald Trump Jr. testified in front of the House Intelligence Committee for seven hours over his 20 minute meeting with a Russian lawyer paid by Fusion GPS during the 2016 election.
Democrat Representative Adam Schiff of California leaked information from the hearing after the president’s son testimony.
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Trump Jr. spoke with the Russian operative from Fusion GPS in June 2016 and then met with his father a year later in July 2017. Democrats wanted him to tell them about this meeting in 2017 which he refused.
On Thursday Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-SC) spoke with America’s Newsroom about Don Jr.’s marathon testimony.
Gowdy told FOX News Donald Trump Jr. was very professional and did not break any laws. Gowdy added, “He didn’t even do anything improper.”
Via America’s Newsroom: