The House Intelligence Committee on Monday night released the full, unclassified transcript that former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page's provided in closed-door testimony last week.
Democratic lawmakers on the House judiciary committee intend to press Attorney General Jeff Sessions over his "inconsistencies" on the Trump campaign's Russian Federation connections when he appears before their committee next week.
The House Intelligence Committee Democrats said that Page negotiated an agreement with the panel, after receiving a subpoena from the committee, that allowed him to testify in private with the understanding that a transcript of his interview would be made public.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions will appear in front of a House Judiciary Committee panel on November 14, where he is expected to face questions about communications between the Russian government and President Trump's election campaign, Reuters reports.
Papadopoulos also told his superiors on the campaign that he was being offered "dirt" on Democratic rival Hillary Clinton and "off the record" meetings with Russian leaders - which, according to court documents, he was encouraged to pursue.
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Page also wrote that he had been provided "incredible insights and outreach" by Russian lawmakers and "senior members" of Russian President Vladimir Putin's administration during the trip.
Papadopoulos continued trying to arrange contacts between the Trump campaign and Russian Federation, the court filings say.
After first asserting that he didn't meet with senior Russian officials during the trip, he later acknowledged that he spoke with deputy prime minister Arkady Dvorkovich.
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In his July 2016 note, Page wrote that Dvorkovich had "expressed strong support for Mr. Trump and a desire to work together toward devising better solutions in response to a vast range of current worldwide problems".
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Just that brief greeting that I mentioned.
"I did not, and I'm not aware of anyone else that did, and I don't believe it happened", Sessions said in response to questions from Sen.
Sessions' testimony before the House Judiciary Committee, which has not been publicly announced, was confirmed by a Justice Department spokesman and two congressional aides.
In a letter sent Tuesday, the lawmakers note that one of the Trump campaign's foreign policy advisers, George Papadopoulos, acknowledged to FBI investigators that he told several Trump campaign officers about his outreach to the Russian Federation government. "Near the end of the dinner, Page approached Sessions to say hello and thanked the then-senator for the dinner, and Page also mentioned he was headed to Russian Federation".
President Trump also calls the Russian Federation investigation a witch hunt and has repeatedly said there was no collusion between his campaign and the Kremlin.
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Questioned by the committee, Page again denied meeting Sechin - but acknowledged he had met with other officials who work for Rosneft, the company Sechin leads, including the head of investor relations.