The Republican-led Senate Intelligence Committee has issued a subpoena to Trump's son to appear before the committee, prompting a wave of backlash from members of the GOP.
"You have a report", Webb continued.
Trump said other Republicans were upset that the GOP chairman, Sen.
"My son was totally exonerated by Mueller, who frankly does not like Donald Trump, me, this Donald Trump", the president said, pointing at himself. It's a moot point.
In a series of remarks to reporters Thursday, Blumenthal noted that the younger Trump lied to the Senate Judiciary Committee in 2017 when asked about the Trump Tower meeting. "My son's a very good person". "The last thing he needs is Washington, D.C. - he would rather not ever be involved".
McConnell, from Kentucky, insisted Tuesday that the release of the Mueller report means that it's "case closed" for the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election.
Trump said part of his surprise stems from seeing the committee's chairman, Republican Senator Richard Burr, tell USA media that there was no evidence of collusion between Trump or his campaign and Russian operatives to influence the 2016 election.
A source close to the president's son said he testified before the Senate Intelligence Committee for at least eight hours and in front of congressional committees for a total of 27 hours. The questions could be about Trump Jr.'s involvement in the Trump Tower project in Moscow, as well as a June 2016 meeting with Russians at Trump Tower.
Rep. Mark Meadows, R-N.C., called the subpoena "beyond inappropriate".
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Trump Jr., however, may offer the committee a compromise and submit answers in writing instead of appearing in person, the source said. John Cornyn, R-Texas, who said he understands the younger Trump's "frustration".
The subpoena highlights a delicate bind facing Burr, a third-term senator who is not expected to run for re-election when his term is up in 2022.
"I am proud of this committee because we're the only committee that is still bipartisan, still following the facts". And that approach has largely worked.
"Remember what William Barr said: no collusion by Trump, any member of his campaign, or no American". "We'll also be judged on the process that we chose".
Yet, until Thursday, the Senate Intelligence Committee has faced little public pressure to wrap up its investigation, which began in January 2017.
Burr's committee had renewed interest in talking to Trump Jr. after Trump's former lawyer, Michael Cohen, testified earlier this year.
"Just trying to be sure everybody is asked all the questions they need to be asked before we do a final report", Blunt said, adding that he expects the committee to issue most of its report before July 4 and the final "most interesting" part before the end of August. He said Burr's job as chairman is "a challenging assignment every day". "Maybe they should give him a copy of Mueller report for dummies to read, because it was laid out".
It is unclear why the committee wants Trump's son to return to testify.