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6. Donald Trump Jr. releases emails on meeting with Russian lawyer

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Donald Trump Jr. releases emails on meeting with Russian lawyer

More news on the Donald Trump Jr. front inbound. The president's eldest son sent out a couple of tweets Tuesday in regards to his conversations with a woman he was told was a “Russian government lawyer," who could provide him with damaging information about Hillary Clinton. Congress and a special counsel are investigating Russians interference with the presidential election and alleged collusion with the Trump campaign — a charge President Trump has repeatedly denied. The Russian attorney, Natalia Veselnitskaya, denied in an interview with NBC News having ever acted on behalf of the Russian government.


7. Donald Trump Jr. releases emails about meeting with Russian Lawyer(360p)

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Donald Trump Jr. releases emails about  meeting with Russian Lawyer(360p)

Donald Trump Jr. releases emails about meeting with Russian Lawyer(360p)


8. Donald Trump Jr. releases emails on meeting with Russian lawyer

  • Duration: 51
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Donald Trump Jr. releases emails on meeting with Russian lawyer

More news on the Donald Trump Jr. front inbound. The president's eldest son sent out a couple of tweets Tuesday in regards to his conversations with a woman he was told was a “Russian government lawyer," who could provide him with damaging information about Hillary Clinton. Congress and a special counsel are investigating Russians interference with the presidential election and alleged collusion with the Trump campaign — a charge President Trump has repeatedly denied. The Russian attorney, Natalia Veselnitskaya, denied in an interview with NBC News having ever acted on behalf of the Russian government.




11. Released emails reveal conversation with Donald Trump Jr. about Russia meeting

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Released emails reveal conversation with Donald Trump Jr. about Russia meeting

Donald Trump Jr. released an email chain detailing conversations prior his meeting with a Russian lawyer. CBS Radio News congressional correspondent Steven Portnoy joins CBSN with the latest.


12. Donald Trump Jr. releases emails about meeting with Russian lawyer

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Donald Trump Jr. releases emails about meeting with Russian lawyer

Donald Trump Jr. released an exchange of emails Tuesday in which he accepts what's purported to be an offer of help from the Russian government in his father's campaign against Hillary Clinton. Jeff Pegues reports.


13. Released emails reveal conversation with Donald Trump Jr. about Russia meeting

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Released emails reveal conversation with Donald Trump Jr. about Russia meeting

Donald Trump Jr. released an email chain detailing conversations prior his meeting with a Russian lawyer. CBS Radio News congressional correspondent Steven Portnoy joins CBSN with the latest.


14. FBI director nominee disagrees with Trump's witch hunt claim

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FBI director nominee disagrees with Trump's witch hunt claim

President Donald Trump’s pick to head the FBI, Christopher Wray, on Wednesday said he would refuse to pledge loyalty to Trump and rejected his description of the probe into Russian election meddling as a “witch hunt.” My son Donald did a good job last night. He was open, transparent and innocent. This is the greatest Witch Hunt in political history. Sad!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) July 12, 2017 Wray, nominated by Trump on June 7 to replace the fired James Comey as Federal Bureau of Investigation director, firmly sought to establish independence from the Republican president and even said it would be “highly unlikely” that he would agree to meet him in a one-on-one situation. Wray appeared at his U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee confirmation hearing amid an uproar in Washington over 2016 emails released on Tuesday involving the president’s son, Donald Trump Jr. The emails showed the president’s son agreeing last year to meet a woman he was told was a Russian government lawyer who might have damaging information about Democratic White House rival Hillary Clinton as part of Moscow’s official support for his father. Wray deflected specific questions from Republican Senator Lindsey Graham about the president’s son’s emails, but said, “Any threats or effort to interfere with our election from any nation-state or any non-state actor is the kind of thing the FBI would want to know.” Trump’s son did not notify the FBI and wrote that “I love it” of the Russian’s offer of information about Clinton. If you’re still foggy on Trump Jnr story, this piece—by White House ethics lawyers for Obama and W. Bush—is great.https://t.co/KduCRX5Bnw— Benjamin Law (@mrbenjaminlaw) July 12, 2017 Wray, who appeared on target to win confirmation, also said he had no reason to doubt the U.S. intelligence community’s finding that Russia interfered with the election to help Trump get elected in part by hacking and releasing emails damaging to Clinton. In the aftermath of Comey’s firing, the Justice Department named Robert Mueller, himself a former FBI director, to serve as special counsel looking into alleged Russian interference in the 2016 presidential race to help Trump get elected and potential collusion between Moscow and Trump associates. Trump fired Comey on May 9 and later cited the “Russia thing” as his reason. Trump has often called the Russia probe a “witch hunt” and the Russia matter has dogged Trump’s first six months in office. “I do not consider Director Mueller to be on a witch hunt,” Wray told Republican Graham. Wray and Comey served together in the Justice Department under Republican former President George W. Bush, and both worked on the government’s case in the Enron Corp fraud scandal in the early to mid-2000s. Wray said he was “very committed” to supporting Mueller in the special counsel investigation, calling him “the consummate straight shooter and somebody I have enormous respect for.”


15. What We Lose When the World Moves On From Email

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What We Lose When the World Moves On From Email

What We Lose When the World Moves On From Email But they also suggest what we’ll lose when, inevitably, the world does move on to something better than email — an unmatched historical record of some of the most important stories in the world. I said pretty much the same thing last year about the emails of John D. Podesta, Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman, whose inbox emptied across the internet after he clicked on a link he shouldn’t have. Both Mr. Trump and Rob Goldstone, an entertainment publicist who had a relationship with the Trump Organization, understood the sensitivity of their conversation. What was most notable about the Podesta stash — not to mention earlier releases from the Democratic National Committee and Mrs. Clinton’s own server — was the Clinton campaign’s apparent slavishness to email. Though its political implications are yet unclear, the publication of an email chain in which Donald Trump Jr. arranged a June 2016 meeting with a lawyer peddling the Russian government’s help for his father’s presidential campaign ought to inspire some pretty obvious tech advice: Step away from the inbox, stupid! The last two decades, email’s high-water era, have thus been a bounty for anyone wishing to understand exactly what was happening in the inner circles of powerful organizations — for journalists, historians and prosecutors of white-collar crime, among others. Mr. Goldstone actually noted the sensitivity a couple of times in the email thread. One of email’s best tricks is asynchronicity — you can send an email even if your recipient is away, unlike a phone call.


16. Why did Trump Jr. release emails about meeting with Russian lawyer?

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Why did Trump Jr. release emails about meeting with Russian lawyer?

Donald Trump Jr. and members of his father's campaign met with a Russian lawyer last year, and Trump Jr. released emails Tuesday about the meeting. CBS News justice and homeland security correspondent Jeff Pegues joins CBSN to discuss the implications of the emails and meeting.


17. Rep. Gallego weighs in on Trump Jr. controversy

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Rep. Gallego weighs in on Trump Jr. controversy

Donald Trump Jr. released emails Tuesday detailing how a 2016 meeting was planned with a Russian lawyer. Rep. Ruben Gallego joined "Red & Blue" to discuss the implications of the emails and meeting, and the future of the multiple Russia investigations.


18. Trump Jr.'s emails conflict with denials of contact between campaign, Russia

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Trump Jr.'s emails conflict with denials of contact between campaign, Russia

Emails Donald Trump Jr. released Tuesday about a meeting with a Russian lawyer conflict with team Trump's repeated insistence that there was no contact between the Trump campaign and Russia. Major Garrett has more.


19. Rep. Gallego weighs in on Trump Jr. controversy

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Rep. Gallego weighs in on Trump Jr. controversy

Donald Trump Jr. released emails Tuesday detailing how a 2016 meeting was planned with a Russian lawyer. Rep. Ruben Gallego joined "Red & Blue" to discuss the implications of the emails and meeting, and the future of the multiple Russia investigations.


20. Trump Son's Statement On Russia Lawyer Meeting Was 'true'

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Trump Son's Statement On Russia Lawyer Meeting Was 'true'

On Tuesday, the White House has said that US President Donald Trump had played a role in a statement in which his son denied a meeting with a Russian lawyer, related to the 2016 presidential campaign. White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders, said that the president "certainly didn't dictate (the statement), but he weighed in, offered suggestion like any father would do." Sanders said that emails later released by Donald Trump Jr. were "true and there were no inaccuracies in the statement.