ABC: the US Congress proposed to interrogate the interpreters of trump’s meetings with Putin
The lawyers of the two committees of the U.S. house of representatives on intelligence and foreign Affairs will discuss whether to subpoena to testify interpreters present at meetings of the US President Donald trump with the President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin, according to ABC. According to sources, the channel, the meeting of representatives of the committees will be held today, January 14.
“We are studying the legal implications (call interpreters.— “B”) and discuss all the options. Our lawyers will meet to figure it out,” he told ABC source from the foreign Affairs Committee.
The reason for this was the publication of The Washington Post, according to which Donald trump has concealed from members of the administration the details of the negotiations with Vladimir Putin on the sidelines of the G20 summit in Hamburg in 2017. According to the publication, the American President took it from the interpreter, who was present at the meeting and demanded not to speak of what he heard at the meeting.
Congress has already scheduled hearings, which will discuss the relationship between the U.S. and Russia.
Details — in the publication “Kommersant” “For Donald Trump reached his words”.
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