The ranking member on the Senate Intelligence Committee said Sunday he does not believe no one told President Trump about a meeting last year between his son and a Russian Lawyer.
Sen. Mark Warner, D-VA, said that he wanted to question everyone who took part in the meeting as part of the investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election.
“Whether we’ll be able to get the Russian nationals to come over and testify is an open question,” Warner said during an interview with CNN’s “State of the Union.” “Those people that our committee has jurisdiction over, the Americans, I sure as heck want to talk to them.”
Warner added that he wanted to get some documents from those involve first so that committee members have as much information as possible before the questioning.
“Clearly if we don’t have all the information,” Warner said. “What we’ll see, and what I’m afraid of, is these individuals don’t seem to disclose everything, or don’t tell the whole truth, until they have evidence put in front of them.”