Donald Trump Jr. is set to testify again before the Senate Intelligence Committee in a closed door hearing on Wednesday, a source familiar with the matter told CNN. Trump Jr. provided testimony back in 2017. While he initially volunteered to reappear, he later backed out, leading the committee to issue a subpoena. The committee chair, Sen. Richard Burr (R-N.C.), would not back down, despite protestations from Republicans. Trump Jr. reportedly agreed to testify for two to four hours and will even answer questions about a meeting that took place at Trump Tower in 2016 in which a Russian attorney promised to provide negative information on Hillary Clinton, as well as the Trump Tower Moscow project, which had appeared to be sticking points when the hearing was initially discussed.

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