washington - US Secretary of State Jeff Sessions (Justice) will appear on Tuesday for the so-called Judiciary Committee of the House of Representatives. Democrats in the commission want to know, according to American media, whether the governor previously played an open card about contacts between former former campaign team of Donald Trump and alleged representatives of the Russian government.
Sessions gave guidance to Donald Trump advisors in the run-up to the presidential election. Two of the co-workers, Carter Page and George Papadopoulos, later came into contact because of their ties with Russia. From court documents, for example, it appeared that Papadopoulos had discussed his Russian connections last year during a meeting with Trump and Sessions.
The minister earlier denied that he had knowledge of contacts between campaigners and Moscow. The Democrats in the committee therefore want text and explanations about those 'contradictions.' '' We will inform you in advance because we expect a response from you ', they have previously provided Sessions in writing.