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The Chairman of the Senate judiciary Committee Chuck Grassley said Thursday that he wants to begin the publication of transcripts of testimony about the meeting in the Trump Tower skyscraper, which is considered as one of the Central episodes of the investigation of the Russian intervention in elections in 2016.
Evidence to the Committee, among others, gave the eldest son of the President of the trump Donald trump Jr. “Let’s put them on public display,” said Grassley at the meeting of the Committee, which, along with the other two congressional committees and the office of spectracolor Mueller is conducting its own investigation on the Russian case.
Grassley’s statement came amid escalating inter-party strife in the Congress about the investigation that began after the intelligence community came to the conclusion that Russia tried to intervene in the presidential election to help Trump win. The investigation also intended to establish, has joined trump in close collusion with Moscow. Russia is meddling in the elections denies trump insists that any collusion was not.
A leading Democrat in the Senate judiciary Committee Dianne Feinstein earlier this month, much to the indignation Grassley, released a transcript of the testimony of Glenn Simpson, co-founder of Fusion GPS, which investigated relationships trump with Russia and published a dossier containing its conclusions, have caused condemnation from the White house.
Feinstein said Thursday that he supports the proposal to transfer the transcript to Mueller and to make them public, if it does not interfere with the investigation.
Grassley, in turn, said that the Feinstein act “scared” of other potential witnesses, including son-in-law and adviser to trump Jared Kushner.
According to close to the point source, lawyers Kouchner rejected the request for his statement to the Committee, but asked members of the Committee will be to publish the information.