Transcript for Congressional investigators want to talk with Trump's longtime secretary regarding Russia
Back here at home, there is a new twist in the Russia investigation. Investigators want to talk to president trump's long time assistant. A woman considered to be his gate keeper and they want to know what she may know about the meeting with Russians at trump tower. Here is about's David Wright. Reporter: Tonight congressional investigators tell ABC news they are eager to talk with the woman who has been Donald Trump's gatekeeper for nearly 30 years. Rhona Graff, seen here on "The apprentice," her official title, senior vice president of the trump organization. Trusted with his schedule and much of his correspondence. Although, apparently not aware of the president-elect's first intelligence briefing. Nobody knew, not even Rhona, my executive assistant for years, she didn't know. I didn't tell her. Reporter: Her name, mentioned in that initial overture to don trump junior promising "High level and sensitive information" from Russian government sources about trump's opponent, Hillary Clinton. I can also send this info to your father via Rhona, the email concludes. "But it is ultra sensitive so wanted to send to yorst." We're also going to want to see, as referenced in that e-mail, whether the president's assistant received any communications from the Russians. Reporter: Graff is not accused of any wrongdoing, but investigators hope she may be able to shed light on what her boss may have known. The trump organization says no one has reached out to her yet. And David Wright joins us now from near the president's new Jersey estate. Rhona Graff has been called his right hand man. She is known to print e-mails for him. What are investigators looking for? Well, sell cease Ya, that's right. For all his fluency on Twitter, the president is not much of an e-mail guy. And we are told he would print e-mails out for review and response. Investigators are hoping he can provide insight into his communications. They are casting a wide net. They certainly are. David, thank you. Sunday on "This week" George will have an interview with Anthony scaramucci, that is his first entinterview since after he left the white house after ten days on the job job.
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