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     Newly releas lawyer during the 2016 election campaign.
      about former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. At the time, she and his father were the leading candidates for president.
     On Tuesday, Trump Jr. released a series of emails that he said led to the meeting. The release followed a report in The New York Times newspaper. The son described his action as an effort "to be totallytransparent."
      involvement in the presidential election.
      President Vladimir Putin personally directed a campaign to damage Clinton's image and to help Trump.
     The email exchange
      publicist Rob Goldstone took place in June 2016. Goldstone said he was representing Natalia Veselnitskaya, lawyer.
     Goldstone described Veselnitskaya as a " government attorney." He said she has " that wouldincriminate Hillary" and that the " and its government's support for Mr. Trump."
     Reacting to the email, Trump Jr. wrote back "If it's what you say, I love it."
     He also wrote that people attending the meeting "will likely be Paul Manafort my brother in law and me."
     At the time,, Trump Jr.'s brother-in-law, advisor.
     In one of the emails, Goldstone wrote " to your father via Rhona." Rhona Graff is said to be a long-time personal assistant to the current president.
     Trump Jr. has said different things about the talks with Veselnitskaya and its purpose.
     On Saturday, he said it was a "short introductory meeting" about adoptions of children by American families.
     A day later, Trump Jr. changed his story, saying that he was told before the meeting that Veselnitskaya might have "helpful" to the Trump campaign.
     On Tuesday, Trump Jr. said on Twitter he believes the about Clinton was "Political Opposition Research." He added, the attorney, "as she has said publicly, was not a government official. And, as we have said, she had no to provide and wanted to talk about adoption policy and the Magnitsky Act."
     Reactions to the emails
     Ron Wyden, a senator from Oregon, is a member of the Democratic Party. He said the newly released emails "show there is no longer a question of whether this campaign sought to collude with a hostile foreign power to subvert America's democracy."
     Republican Senator Lindsey Graham says that the younger Trump "definitely has to testify" before a Senate committee exploring interference.
      She read a short statement from the president to reporters. In the statement, Trump said his son is "a high-quality person," and he praises "his transparency."
     I'm Ashley Thompson.
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