In testimony before the House Intelligence Committee on Wednesday, Donald Trump Jr. said he didn't work directly with President Donald Trump to craft a statement about his 2016 meeting with Russians, according to CNN.
Older reports said President Trump did directly help his son write a statement.
But Trump Jr. reportedly said he spoke with White House communications director Hope Hicks, who was on a plane with the president at the time, and that she advised on the statement.
Trump Jr. has admitted to taking a meeting with a Russian lawyer after being promised information that could potentially hurt Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential election.
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