donald trump jr. told the senate judiciary committee that he could not remember whether or not he told his father about a controversial meeting at the trump tower in 2016 with a kremlin-connected russian lawyer.in testimony last year released by the committee along with thousands of other pages of transcripts, trump’s son deflected questions about whether he told his father about it and said he did not think there was anything wrong with taking the meeting.“i didn’t think that listening to someone with information relevant to the fitness and character of a presidential candidate would be an issue, no,” he said.the meeting remains one of the key points of interest in the investigation into contacts between the trump campaign and russia, the focus of investigations by two congressional committees and special counsel robert mueller.senate judiciary committee chairman chuck grassley said he hoped the transcripts would let the public decide for itself.“americans rightly have many questions about this meeting, and today, we are releasing the transcripts and exhibits from interviews we’ve conducted to allow the public to know what we know,” he said in a release accompanying the documents. “these materials, taken in their entirety, provide the most complete public picture of the events surrounding the meeting to date. americans can now review this unfiltered information and arrive at their own conclusions.”in 2016, trump’s son, son-in-law jared kushner and then-ca...