On Monday, the president and his top advisors are scheduled to meet with representatives of the Senate Intelligence Committee, the Senate Banking Committee, and the House Financial Services Committee to discuss the ongoing Russia probe.
They will also meet with the heads of the House Intelligence Committee and the Senate Judiciary Committee, as well as the heads the House Oversight Committee and House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, among other committees.
Trump has made no secret of his desire to get the Russia probe to an end before his term is over.
He has publicly called the investigation a “witch hunt.”
Trump has said he has been briefed on the probe, but has yet to be briefed by his own intelligence committee, and has not been offered a full briefing from his own Special Counsel Robert Mueller.
The president has repeatedly said that he wants to “let it go.”
He told CNN on Tuesday that the investigation is “just another witch hunt” and that he hopes it is over by the end of the year.
He also said that the Russia investigation will continue for as long as he is president.