Trump’s son will testify to the US Senate Intelligence Committee

The son of the American President Donald Trump Jr. will answer the questions of the US Senate Intelligence Committee for the second time. This will happen next month.

Thus, Trump Jr. will execute the agenda from Chairman Richard Burr, reports The New York Times. Legislators will be able to ask questions on only a few topics. Mainly we will focus on the investigation attributed to Russian intervention in elections in 2016.

Previously, the eldest son of the President accepted an invitation to speak at the hearing twice but later refused. Donald Trump Jr. only spoke at a closed hearing in December 2017.

In total, the Legal Committee of the US House of representatives sent 60 requests to employees of the White House and the Ministry of justice to collect information about President Donald Trump. They intend to identify violations indicating abuse of power and corruption on the part of the head of state.