Trump Jr. said "I am glad this is finally over, we're able to put some final clarity on that, and I think the committee understands that".
President Donald Trump's eldest son will testify Wednesday behind closed doors to a Republican-led Senate committee investigating Russian Federation election meddling, a congressional source said.
One of the major issues that senators want to discuss with Trump Jr.is testimony he gave about a plan to build a Trump Tower in Moscow before the presidential election. I don't think I changed anything of what I said, there was nothing to change.
The lawyer had promised to share damaging information on Trump's 2016 opponent, Hillary Clinton, although in fact, little useful information was shared.
Asked if he was anxious about perjury, Trump Jr responded: "Not at all".
The appearance by Donald Trump Jr before the Senate Intelligence Committee follows a dispute that made headlines last month when the president expressed surprise that his son was being hauled before Congress for a second time as part of the panel's probe.
Trump Jr, who helms the Trump Organization collection of businesses that his real estate billionaire father ran for decades, earlier told reporters there was "nothing to correct" from his previous comments to the committee.
"If there needed to be clarification because Michael Cohen, let's not forget is serving time right now for lying to these very investigative bodies". Mueller's report, released in April, examined the meeting but found insufficient evidence to charge anyone with a crime.
Trump Jr. struck a deal with the Senate Intelligence Committee last month, after months of wrangling and under subpoena, to appear for up to four hours and answer questions on six broad topics, including his own interactions with Russians during the 2016 campaign and what he told his father about them.
Many of those criticizing Burr included his own Senate Republican colleagues, some of whom accused the North Carolina Republican of helping the Democrats by continuing the panel's investigation even after Mueller had wrapped up his probe, which concluded there was not enough evidence to establish a conspiracy between Trump's campaign and Russian Federation.
The president said in May he believed that his son was being treated poorly. I have no idea why.
It was the first known subpoena of a member of the president's immediate family, and some Republicans went so far as to suggest Trump Jr. shouldn't comply. Thom Tillis, R-N.C., tweeted, "It's time to move on & start focusing on issues that matter to Americans." Sen.