- Trump dictated son’s misleading statement on meeting with . . .
Over the next three days, multiple accounts of the meeting were provided to the news media as public pressure mounted, with Trump Jr ultimately acknowledging that he had accepted the meeting
- Graham: Report that Trump dictated son’s statement . . .
Sen Lindsey Graham (R-S C ) said early Tuesday that he was bothered by a report that President Trump dictated a misleading statement about his son's meeting last year with a Russian lawyer
- Trump Team Pushed False Story Line About Meeting With . . .
The claims made last summer are contradicted by a memo obtained by The Times, in which President Trump’s lawyers say he dictated a misleading statement from Donald Trump Jr about meeting a
- Trump role in Trump Jr. statement came after Putin meeting . . .
President Donald Trump personally "dictated" a misleading statement about his son's meeting with a Russian lawyer last year
- Trump defends dictating Don Jr. s statement about Trump . . .
President Donald Trump said a statement he dictated to the media about his son Don Jr 's meeting with Russians 'wasn't done for a "high tribunal,"' suggesting it need not be totally true
- Mueller may be looking at Trumps response to Trump Jr. s . . .
Special counsel Robert Mueller's team is reportedly "keenly focused" on President Donald Trump's part in crafting Donald Trump Jr 's misleading statement about his meeting last June with a Russian
- Trump Tower meeting - Wikipedia
On June 9, 2016, a meeting was held in Trump Tower in New York City between three senior members of the 2016 Trump campaign – Donald Trump Jr , Jared Kushner, and Paul Manafort – and at least five other people, including Russian lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya The meeting was arranged by publicist and long-time Trump acquaintance, Rob Goldstone on behalf of his client, singer-songwriter Emin
- President tries to brush off lying about infamous Trump . . .
Trump's point wasn't exactly subtle: lying in a written statement to a major news organization shouldn't necessarily be seen as wrong Mueller may disagree