Washington: US President Donald Trump's son denied that he told a sportswriter that the family's land business got cash from Russia to golf courses.
In an early morning tweet, Eric Trump said the record from essayist James Dodson was "totally manufactured."
His attestation came hours before another round of declaration on Capitol Hill identified with examinations concerning conceivable ties between Trump's presidential battle and Russia's decision interfering.
As indicated by Dodson, Eric Trump let him know in 2014 that the family was getting "all the subsidizing we require out of Russia" and wasn't depending on American banks for cash to assemble fairways.
Dodson, who related the charged trade Friday in a meeting with Boston radio station WBUR, said Eric Trump additionally said Russians are "truly put resources into our projects" and "we simply go there constantly."
The remarks resound prior comments from Trump's most seasoned child, Donald Trump, Jr, who told a land meeting in 2008 that the privately-run company "sees a ton of cash pouring in from Russia."
Still, the president has since quite a while ago denied having budgetary binds to Russia. However, some Democratic legislators say that unless Trump discharges his expense forms, which he's so far declined to do, inquiries concerning conceivable business connections to Russia will persevere.
The president turned over control of the Trump Organization to his children not long after taking office.
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