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Trump Allegedly Dictated Son’s Statement on Russia Meeting

Monday evening, new details emerged from the controversy regarding Donald Trump Jr.’s release of his emails ahead of a New York Times expose last month.

As reported by The Washington Post, after the administration became aware of the situation concerning Trump Jr., various officials advised the president to have his son release a statement ahead of the Times.

According to the report, as the president was flying home from the G-20 Summit, President Trump dictated a statement for his son to release, claiming that he and the Russian lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya had “primarily discussed a program about the adoption of Russian children” during their June 9 meeting at Trump Tower.

These revelations could prove dangerous for Trump – some advisers, according to the Post, worry that the president’s actions could place him in legal trouble.

After Trump Jr. revealed the email chain and details of the meeting, the story started to change.

Upwards of eight people to date have been confirmed to have been in the room for the meeting after it was initially thought that only four people were present. For his part, Jared Kushner claims to have found the meeting to be a waste of time and looked for help from an assistant to make an exit.

According to the adviser who spoke to the Post on the condition of anonymity, they said: “This was … unnecessary. Now someone can claim he’s the one who attempted to mislead. Somebody can argue the president is saying he doesn’t want you to say the whole truth.”