CHAVEZ: Trump Jr. inflicts wounds on GOP

CHAVEZ: Trump Jr. inflicts wounds on GOP

CHAVEZ: Trump Jr. inflicts wounds on GOP

But in an interview with the Associated Press published Friday morning, Akhmetshin denied having ties to Russian intelligence agencies. The top Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee said he was disturbed by the news.

"I think you are seeing a clear pattern of people in the Trump campaign coordinating with Russians", Quigley told CNN's Kate Bolduan.

U.S intelligence agencies said earlier this year that Russian Federation sought to help Trump win the election by hacking private emails from Democratic Party officials and disseminating false information online.

Trump has denied allegations his campaign had contacted Russians to tilt the 2016 election in his favour, but the United States intelligence agencies have differed with that assessment.

Akhmetshin is a registered lobbyist for Veselnitskaya's organization, which has focused on lobbying Washington to overturn the Magnitsky sanctions, according to lobbying records.

"The information they suggested they had about Hillary Clinton I thought was Political Opposition Research", Trump Jr. wrote in a statement that was published alongside the correspondence. Grassley was requesting "all information" on Akhmetshin's immigration history.

Republican National Committee chairwoman Ronna Romney McDaniel said Friday that she doesn't know if the RNC can legally cover the legal costs for President Donald Trump's administration in the ongoing Russian Federation investigations.

Trump Jr. released emails this week from 2016 in which he appeared eager to accept information from the Russian government that could have damaged Hillary Clinton's campaign. "The crown prosecutor of Russian Federation met with his (Emin's) father Aras this morning and in their meeting offered to provide the Trump campaign with some official documents and information that would incriminate Hillary and her dealings with Russian Federation and would be very useful to your father".

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President Trump has defended his son's conduct, saying Thursday that "most people would have taken that meeting". First, candidate Trump's promise to deliver a speech about Clinton and Russia had nothing to do with the upcoming meeting between his son and the Russian - a meeting Trump says he didn't know about.

In a freakish twist on the story, however, Alan Futerfas, a lawyer retained by Donald Trump Jr., initially indicated to NBC News Friday that he had spoken to the person in question and described him as a USA citizen.

The reporter repeatedly asked Trump about his interaction with Putin regarding the Russian government's role in the U.S. election meddling.

He said that "as part of her work, with her clients" Veselnitskaya had found that an American hedge fund was violating Russian tax and securities law and that the fund "seemed linked to the [Democratic National Committee]".

"My son is a wonderful young man".

The Russian government has denied any knowledge that such a meeting ever took place.

"I'm always going to look to support the President".

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