Documents submitted to the Senate Intelligence Committee show that calls have been made between Trump Jr. and two of his business partners, sources said. This contradicts the long-standing suspicion of the Democrats that the blocked number was from the then candidate Donald Trump
The information came to light recently and could answer one of the key questions of the meeting. Trump's eldest son had prepared for the Clinton campaign. Trump Jr.'s phone calls with blocked numbers – which means that the numbers are private and do not appear in the phone records – have been a long-standing issue as the investigators have reviewed the meeting and Trump himself has some prior knowledge Son-in-law Jared Kushner and then chairman of the poll, Paul Manafort, met with a Russian lawyer who promised Hillary Clinton filth.
CNN has not confirmed the identity of the business partners who spoke to Trump Jr. nor what they were talking about The calls The purpose of the calls and their relevance to the Trump Tower meeting and investigation in Russia are still unclear , Alan Futerfas, Trump Jr. lawyer, declined to comment.
The two-year US Senate investigation into electoral disruption in Russia in 2016 has not been completed and it is not known if the committee is still investigating the Trump Tower issue. US Senate Chairman Richard Burr, a Republican from North Carolina, and Virginia Sen. Mark Warner, the top democrat in the jury, refused to comment.
The documents that made the calls had not been discussed with the then candidate. Trump was able to clear up an important line of inquiry, according to which the House Democrats have said that they want to get to the bottom of the year in which they are the majority party and can control the investigation.
The Trump Tower meeting in June 2016 took place when Agalarov asked the British organizer Rob Goldstone to arrange a meeting between Veselnitskaya d election officials. In an email to Trump Jr., Goldstone said that Veselnitskaya would give Clinton "dirt" at the meeting. "If that's what you say, I love it," Trump Jr. replied, though Veselnitskaya's meeting on June 9, 2016 focused on Russian sanctions and not on Clinton filth.
All participants of the meeting spoke to one or all of the three congressional committees that audited the meeting.