1. Various of Donald Trump Jr. walking out after testifying on Capitol Hill
2. UPSOUND (English) Reporter off camera:
"Did you change anything in your testimony?"
3. SOUNDBITE (English) Donald Trump, Jr, President Trump's Oldest Son:
"The reality there was nothing to change. There needed to be clarification because Michael Cohen who let's not forget is serving time, by telling these investigative bodies, I'm happy to do that. I don't think I changed anything of what I said because there was nothing to change. I'm glad we are able to put some final clarity on that. And I think the committee understands that."
4. UPSOUND (English) Reporter off camera:
"Sir, are you worried about perjury?
5. SOUNDBITE (English) Donald Trump, Jr., President Trump's Oldest Son:
President Donald Trump's eldest son told reporters "there was nothing to change" during his testimony before a Senate Committee on Capitol Hill Wednesday.
Donald Trump Jr. spoke to reporters after the closed-door interview.
"There needed to be clarification because Michael Cohen who let's not forget is serving time," said Trump Jr.
"I'm glad we are able to put some final clarity on that. And I think the committee understands that."
President Trump's former lawyer, Michael 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 before the presidential election. But Trump Jr. told the Judiciary panel he was only "peripherally aware" of the real estate proposal.
The panel is interested in talking to Trump Jr. about other topics as well, including a campaign meeting in Trump Tower with a Russian lawyer that captured the interest of special counsel Robert Mueller. Emails leading up to the meeting promised dirt on Democrat Hillary Clinton, Trump's opponent. Mueller's report, released in April, examined the meeting but found insufficient evidence to charge anyone with a crime.
Trump Jr.'s testimony comes as the intelligence panel continues its two-year investigation of Russian interference in the 2016 election. Some Republicans are becoming restless with the topic, and Burr received considerable blowback from colleagues over the subpoena. But he told fellow senators that Trump Jr. had backed out of an interview twice, forcing the committee to act.
The president said in May he believed that his son was being treated poorly.