President Trump's personal attorney, Michael Cohen, told NBC News on Tuesday that if he is issued a subpoena as part of Congressional probes into Russian interference in the U.S. election, he will testify.
Earlier, Cohen said that he has received requests for information from the Senate and House intelligence committees but said he wouldn't comply.
Cohen said he has received a letter requesting a list of his Russia contacts but so far no subpoena.
"I have nothing to hide; I will make myself available, and I am more than happy and willing to testify. But they have to be specific," Cohen told NBC News Tuesday evening.