The plot thickens. Donald Trump, Jr. contacted a Russian lawyer to get damaging information on Hillary Clinton. The arrangement reportedly took place two weeks at Trump Tower after Donald Trump was nominated the GOP presidential candidate in June 2016. The president's eldest son was allegedly promised compromising information on Clinton.

Trump's son admits to meeting

Donald Trump, Jr. met with Russian lawyer, Natalia Veselnitskaya. According to the New York Times, Jared Kushner and campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, were present at the meeting. Don, Jr.

admits he followed through with meeting Natalia after promises that he'd get dirt on Clinton. He informed the Times that he met with the attorney at the request of someone he knew. He explained that Natalia claimed to have had information about donors of the Democratic Party having Russian connections. Trump added that the woman's statements were "vague" and "made no sense." He continued that no details or information was brought up and it was evident she didn't have anything "meaningful."

No dirt on Clinton delivered

Donald Trump, Jr. said he wanted Kushner and Manafort to stop by during his meeting with Natalia. He said the main focus of the conversation was regarding a program involving the adoption of Russian children that was all the rage among Americans wanting to adopt years ago until the country ended the program.

Don, Jr. realized that Natalia saying that she had dirt on Clinton was just an excuse to have the meeting.

Russian lawyer denies working on behalf of Russian government

The Times credited confidential government records in confirming that Trump's people and individuals with the Russian government had communication. A spokesman for President Trump's lawyer denies that the president knew anything about his son meeting with the Russian lawyer.

As for Natalia, she claims nothing about the presidential race was discussed and "never acted on behalf of the Russian government."

The suspicion that the Trump campaign colluded with the Russian government prior to the presidential election has plagued the administration. There's already evidence that the intelligence community has shown that the Russians tried interfering with the 2016 election in an effort to influence votes for Trump. The latest development about Donald Trump, Jr. meeting with Russian attorney, Natalia Veselnitskaya, adds more fuel to the fire in the investigation.