Trump Jr. Will Testify Before Senate Intel Committee--But There's A Catch
CNN reports a deal has been reached for Donald Trump, Jr. to appear before the Senate Intelligence Committee.
Sources say Trump Jr. will appear before the committee in June, behind closed doors.
The two sides reached a deal after the committee issued a subpoena for Trump Jr. to appear before them.
The interview will be limited to two to four hours and limited in scope to five to six topics.
Trump Jr. and the President's Republican Senate allies heavily criticized the committee's Republican chairman Sen.
Richard Burr for issuing the subpoena.