Donald Trump Jr. has made a possibly harming New York Times report a whole lot more awful.

The Times on Sunday detailed that the president’s eldest child was guaranteed harming data about Hillary Clinton before meeting with a Kremlin-associated Russian attorney at Trump Tower in New York on June 9, 2016.

As Times correspondents Jo Becker, Matt Apuzzo and Adam Goldman clarified, Trump Jr’s. inspiration for consenting to the meeting “focuses to the focal inquiry in government examinations of the Kremlin’s intruding in the presidential race: regardless of whether the Trump battle intrigued with the Russians. The records of the meeting speak to the primary open sign that at any rate some in the battle were eager to acknowledge Russian offer assistance.”

 

Paul Manafort, the crusade’s administrator at the time, and Jared Kushner, President Donald Trump’s child in-law and consultant, likewise went to.

 

Obviously, the report searches awful for the president, despite the fact that his private legitimate group told the Times that Trump did not take part or even think about the meeting. Trump has a go-to playbook in circumstances like these: provide reason to feel ambiguous about the validity of anonymous sources (five, for this situation) and cry, “Fake news!”

 

Be that as it may, Trump Jr. forgot about that methodology with a stunningly implicating first reaction.

Check out this excerpt from the Times report:

 

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