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Grassley Says ‘Spooked’ Kushner Won’t Agree to Russia Interview

  • Committee to release other transcripts on Trump Tower meeting
  • ‘That section of our investigation is done,’ senator says
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A “spooked” Jared Kushner, President Donald Trump’s son-in-law and adviser, won’t agree to a staff interview with the Senate Judiciary Committee, Chairman Chuck Grassley said.

The Iowa Republican said at a committee hearing Thursday that he now plans to release transcripts of the panel’s interviews with other participants in a 2016 meeting between Russians and top Trump campaign officials. That means the public could have its first glimpse of Donald Trump Jr.’s account of the event soon.