"I am releasing the entire email chain of my emails with Rob Goldstone about the meeting on June 9, 2016," Trump Jr. said in a statement.
Here's my statement and the full email chain pic.twitter.com/x050r5n5LQ— Donald Trump Jr. (@DonaldJTrumpJr) 11 июля 2017 г.
Here is page 4 (which did not post due to space constraints). pic.twitter.com/z1Xi4nr2gq— Donald Trump Jr. (@DonaldJTrumpJr) 11 июля 2017 г.
In a different part of the article, The New York Times states that three people claimed email of Robert Glodstone, a music publicist representing Russian pop star Emin Agalarov, indicated the Russian government as the source of the information offered to Donald Trump Jr.
On Monday, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said he did not know who Veselnitskaya is.
Trump Jr. agreed to meet with Veselnitskaya, who was not a government official. However, the lawyer planned to discuss policies related to adoption of Russian children by US nationals and the Magnitsky Act, according to his statement.
"And, as she said, she had no information to provide and wanted to talk about adoption policy and the Magnitsky Act," it read.
On Tuesday, Veselnitskaya told NBC News that she never had any ties to the Kremlin and did not request a meeting with Trump's son during the 2016 campaign. Moreover, she noted in the interview she had no sensitive information about Clinton and had no intentions to damage the former presidential candidate's reputation.
Donald Trump Jr.’s lawyer Alan Futerfas said earlier that there have been no grounds for sensationalizing the fact that his client met with a Russian lawyer in 2016, calling it "much ado about nothing."