1. ARCHIVE: Wide, Jerry Falwell, Junior and Donald Trump, Junior on stage
2. ARCHIVE; Various Donald Trump Junior, son of President Donald Trump speaking
Cleveland, Ohio - 19 July 2016
3. ARCHIVE: Various of Donald Trump, Jr. on stage
Sun City, Arizona - 1 November 2018
4. ARCHIVE: Medium view of U.S. senate candidate Martha McSally introducing Donald Trump Jr.
5. ARCHIVE Donald Trump Jr., Executive Vice President, The Trump Organization speaking
Washington - 2 April 2018
6. ARCHIVE: Various of Donald Trump, Jr (pink tie) walking with children, followed by Vanessa Trump (blue jacket) and Tiffany Trump (pink jacket)
New York - July 26, 2018
7. ARCHIVE: Various STILLS of Donald Trump Jr and Vanessa Trump arriving for divorce hearing
New York - 11 June 2018
8.ARCHIVE: From left, US professional golfer Bryson DeChambeau, Son of US President Donald Trump, Eric Trump, former US professional golfer Jack Nicklaus (who designed the course), Son of US President Donald Trump, Donald Trump, Jr., and US professional golfer Dustin Johnson cut ribbon to open new clubhouse at Trump Golf Links in the Bronx
9. ARCHIVE: Zoom out from Eric and Donald Trump Jr., to wider group posing for photos
10. ARCHIVE: Donald Trump Jr. (with Eric Trump on stage with him), speaking
The Senate intelligence committee has subpoenaed Donald Trump Jr., calling him in to answer questions about his 2017 testimony.
That's according to a person familiar with the subpoena who discussed it on condition of anonymity. The committee has renewed interest in talking to President Donald Trump's eldest son after Trump's former lawyer, Michael Cohen, testified earlier this year.
Cohen told a House committee in February that he had briefed Trump Jr. approximately 10 times about a plan to build a Trump Tower in Moscow. Trump Jr. told the Senate Judiciary Committee in 2017 he was only "peripherally aware" of the proposal.
The Senate intelligence committee has been investigating Russian election interference and Trump's ties to Russia for the last two years. The subpoena is a sign that the panel is still conducting its investigation even after the release of special counsel Robert Mueller's report.
Maine Sen. Susan Collins, a Republican member of the panel, hinted after Cohen spoke behind closed doors to the Senate intelligence panel that the committee would want to talk to Trump Jr. again. She said senators "clearly need to re-interview some witnesses whose accounts (Cohen) contradicts."
Alan Futerfas, a lawyer for Trump Jr., did not immediately respond to multiple messages seeking comment.