Donald Trump Jr. confirmed Tuesday through the release of an email chain on Twitter that he attended a meeting at Trump Tower with Russian lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya on June 9, 2016, in an attempt to procure information that would hurt Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign. 

The meeting has reported to include at least eight people between the members of the Trump campaign and the representatives from Russia. Not everyone's identities have been revealed, but here is what's been reported so far.

Representatives From Russia

There are five known people with connections to Russia present during the meeting. They include the aforementioned Veselnitskaya, British music publicist Rob Goldstone and Russian-American lobbyist Rinat Akhmetshin. The meeting also included two unnamed people who were revealed to be a translator and member of a powerful Russian family, according to CNN

Veselnitskaya is a Russian lawyer that has focused on lobbying Washington to overturn the Magnitsky sanctions, which allows the United States to withhold visas and freeze the assets of Russians thought to have violated human rights. According to Trump Jr., he grew disinterested in the meeting when she talked mostly about the adoption of Russian kids affected by a ban in Moscow that was put in place in place by Putin's government in retaliation for the Magnitsky Act. 

"I never had any damaging or sensitive information about Hillary Clinton. It was never my intention to have that," Veselnitskaya said in the interview that aired Tuesday on NBC. "It is quite possible that maybe they were longing for such an information. They wanted it so badly that they could only hear the thought that they wanted."

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Rinat Akhmetshin served as a member of the Soviet military before emigrating to the U.S. He is a registered lobbyist for Veselnitskaya's organization and told the AP Friday that he didn't think the June 9th meeting was substantive. "I never thought this would be such a big deal, to be honest."

Rob Goldstone is a music publicist who set up the meeting on behalf of Russian pop singer and Goldstone's client, Emin Agalarov. Goldstone and Agalarov met with President Trump in Russia in 2013, when he was running the Miss Universe pageant in Moscow, according to a video released by CNN. 

According to the email released by Trump Jr., Goldstone set up the meeting and that Russia was offering damaging information on Hillary Clinton. "The Crown prosecutor of Russia…offered to provide the Trump campaign with some official documents and information that would incriminate Hillary and her dealings with Russia and would be very useful to your father."

Representatives Of The Trump Campaign 

There were three representatives from the Trump campaign who were present at the meeting with the Russian lawyer: Donald Trump Jr., Jared Kushner, and Paul Manafort. 

Donald Trump Jr. Donald Trump Jr. said he met a woman in June 2016 — who turned out to be a Kremlin-connected lawyer. In this photo, Trump, Jr. attends the 139th White House Easter Egg Roll on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington, D.C., April 17, 2017. Photo: Getty Images

Trump Jr. is President Trump's eldest son and namesake. He has taken as a representative of the Trump Organization as the business co-trustee of the Trump Organization with his brother Eric and his father's loudest defender on Twitter.

In the June 3, 2016 email chain leaked by Trump Jr. himself, the president's eldest son appeared excited by the prospect of damning information against Hillary Clinton's campaign promised to be provided by the Russian government. "If it's what you say I love it especially later in the summer." 

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Jared Kushner Investigators are examining possibility the Trump campaign colluded with Russians to spread fake news during the election.

Kushner is the president's son in law and husband to Ivanka Trump. He also is one of the president's top advisers and confidants and heads a large part of the administration's agenda. Kushner appeared disinterested by the content of the meeting and left after 7-to 10 minutes of the 20 to 30-minute long meeting, according to Veselnitskaya-

"I could recognize the young gentleman who was only present in the meeting for probably the first seven to 10 minutes, and then he stood up and left the room," she said in an NBC interview. "It was Mr. Jared Kushner. And he never came back, by the way."

Paul Manafort Paul Manafort, former campaign manager to President Donald Trump, checks the teleprompters before Trump's speech at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington, D.C., April 27, 2016. Photo: Getty Images/Chip Somodevilla

Paul Manafort was the "Campaign Chairman" at the time of the meeting and subsequently assumed as the head of the campaign after Corey Lewandowski was fired on June 20, 2016. He then resigned from the campaign on August 19 after information emerged over his past lobbying work for pro-Russian Ukrainian oligarchs.