The two sides also agreed it will be the last time Trump Jr. will be asked to come before the committee in relation to its investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 campaign.
Trump Jr. faced a Monday deadline to respond to the committee’s subpoena, but the committee agreed to extend the deadline an additional day as committee aides and Trump Jr.’s lawyers worked to negotiate an agreement, sources said.
Trump Jr. had previously twice backed out of voluntary appearances and his lawyers objected to the length and scope of the planned interview.
News of the subpoena last week prompted a major pressure campaign against Burr to drop the matter. The President weighed in after news of the subpoena became public, calling it “very unfair” and retweeting criticism of Burr over the weekend.
Burr has repeatedly declined to comment as the negotiations continued. “I don’t address anything in witness engagements, thanks,” Burr said Tuesday just minutes before news of the agreement was made public.
This story has been updated with additional developments Tuesday.