Donald Trump Jr. spoke with the press following his Senate Intelligence Committee testimony and confirmed that nothing had changed from his original testimony.
Donald Trump Jr., the president's eldest son, emerged from a second round of follow-up questions by the Senate Intelligence Committee on Wednesday saying "there was nothing to change" and that he's not worried about possible perjury.
After nearly three hours behind closed doors, Trump Jr. stopped briefly on his way out to tell reporters that he’s glad the matter is “finally over.”
He said there was nothing to correct from when he last spoke to senators and questions raised about his account after special counsel Robert Mueller's report was released.
He indicated the questions dealt with apparent discrepancies between what he claimed to know about a proposed Trump Tower Moscow project during his father's presidential campaign and the account given by the president's former longtime personal lawyer and fixer, Michael Cohen.
“The reality is that there was nothing to change," Trump Jr. said. "If there needed to be clarification because Michael Cohen - who lets not forget is serving time right now for lying to these very investigative bodies -- I’m happy to do that,” he said.
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