Donald Trump Jr. has agreed to appear for closed door session with Senate Intel committee

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(WASHINGTON) — Donald Trump Jr has agreed to meet with the Republican-controlled Senate Intelligence committee for another interview, according to sources familiar with the matter.

In responding to the subpoena from the committee, sources tell ABC News attorneys for Trump Jr say that he plans to appear in early June for a closed-door interview that will be limited in scope and time.

A source close to Trump Jr says the president’s eldest son is “incredibly appreciative to the members that went to bat for him, and he will return the favor come the 2020 campaign.”

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