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Donald Trump Jr.’s testimony before Congress was riveting and revealing, and the president’s son said in an interview with The New Yorker he had no intention of apologizing for his actions.
But he did say he didn’t intend to mislead the public about his meetings with Russians.
“I did not say that the Russians had anything to do with the election.
I said that we had no idea that they had done anything to get us elected,” Trump Jr., 35, said in the interview.
The elder Trump also said he had nothing to hide about his dealings with Russians during his presidency, and said he was willing to go to jail if he needed to.
“[T]here are some things I can’t talk about, but I will say this, that if it turns out that there was something wrong with those meetings, I’m going to jail, I’ll tell you,” Trump said.
Donald Trump Jr.: ‘I don’t want to be a distraction’After the meeting with the Russians, Trump Jr.-directed an email that was later obtained by The Washington Post and published by the New York Times and BuzzFeed.
In it, Trump told the Russians that they would be able to get the documents Trump Jr was seeking on Clinton.
But Trump Jr’s account of the meeting was that he was told the information was “part of Russia and its government’s support for Mr. Trump” and that the Kremlin wanted to help elect Trump.
Trump Jr. said he then emailed the Russian Foreign Ministry, but he did not receive a response.
The New York Post said the email chain showed the Kremlin was “concerned that the emails would be helpful to the campaign of Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.”
S testimony before the House Intelligence Committee has been closely watched because it comes at a time when the president and congressional Republicans are in the midst of crafting a bipartisan resolution to repeal the Magnitsky Act, which restricts Russian citizens’ access to US financial markets.
It also comes as the House is weighing a bill to remove the Magnitksy Act from the tax code.