Donald Trump Jr. has reached a compromise with the Senate Intelligence Committee to testify before the panel, according to a source familiar with the negotiations. The deal comes less than a week after the committee's initial subpoena inflamed tensions between the GOP-led panel and the White House. The mid-June interview will be limited in time — no more than four hours — although no topics are off limits, the source said. The primary agenda is expected to focus on knowledge Trump Jr. may have about the proposed Trump Tower Moscow project as well as his involvement in a June 2016 meeting at Trump Tower in New York City with a Russian delegation after an offer of "dirt" on Hillary Clinton. A Senate Intelligence Committee spokesperson declined to...
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Trump Jr. Strikes Deal With Senate Intelligence Committee For Additional Testimony