>> As the President's son-in-law, Jared Kushner testifies for his second day behind closed doors on Capitol Hill. Donald Trump's former campaign manager, Paul Manafort, Tuesday was being held to account by the Senate Intelligence Committee and in private as well. And now the Senate Judiciary Committee would like Manafort to answer their questions.
Issuing a subpoena to force Manafort to appear at Wednesday's hearing on the probe into Russia's involvement in the 2016 US election. Manafort, likely to be grilled about a June 2016 meeting with a Russian lawyer, also attended by Donald Trump Jr and Kushner. Recently released emails show Trump Jr welcome the prospect of receiving damaging information at the meeting About Trump's rival, Hillary Clinton.
Manafort also of interest to the FBI, sources tell Reuters that Special Council Robert Molar's team is examining money laundering accusations against Manafort. In hopes of pushing him to cooperate with its probe into Russian meddling. As the investigations gain steam, Congress taking up a sanctions bill aimed not only at Iran and North Korea.
But at punishing Russia for its efforts to tilt the election to Trump, including stealing emails from Hillary Clinton's campaign and the DNC. Both chambers of Congress would have to pass the measure before sending it to Trump's desk.