A lot of legal experts believe that there will be no Trump lawyer to testify about the Russia investigation.

Lawyers for President Donald Trump and his son-in-law Jared Kushner have not yet decided whether they will make an appearance at a hearing to review their financial disclosure forms, according to Axios.

Trump and Kushner’s attorney, Marc Kasowitz, told the House Oversight Committee on Wednesday that they were considering their options, according, The Hill.

“The president and his counsel have been advised by their attorneys that there is no specific deadline for a decision,” Kasowitz told the committee.

Trump, in his first public comments since his inauguration, on Wednesday fired off a tweet questioning whether his lawyers would have to appear before the committee to answer questions about his financial holdings.

“Do they even know what they’re talking about?”

Trump said.

The House Oversight and Government Reform Committee has also begun examining Trump’s financial disclosure statements, Axios reported on Wednesday.