President Donald Trump took to Twitter Sunday night to claim that the bombshell report about Russia offering a bounty for the heads of American troops in Afghanistan was probably fake news, and that his intelligence advisers deemed it “not credible.” But now the GOP is getting a briefing on it. “Intel just reported to me [
President Trump has now been briefed on intelligence regarding Russian bounties on coalition forces in Afghanistan, White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany said Tuesday.
Trump administration officials will brief members of Congress about intelligence regarding Russian bounties on U.S. troops in Afghanistan, the White House confirmed on Monday.White House press secretary Kayleigh Mc
The White House used a last-minute briefing Tuesday to continue defending President Donald Trump against accusations he let languish intelligence about Russia paying bounties to the Taliban for killing American troops.
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Former National Security Advisor Susan Rice had harsh words if administration officials did not brief President Donald Trump on Russia reportedly offering bounties for the killing of U.S. troops in Afghanistan. Rice was interviewed by the host of “The Rachel Maddow Show” on MSNBC. “So, let me explain this. Intelligence comes in, if it’s put [
Russian military intelligence unit reportedly offered secret bounties to Taliban-linked militants to kill coalition forces in Afghanistan.
The White House said Saturday that President Trump and Vice President Mike Pence were not briefed on U.S. intelligence that Russia offered bounties to militants in Afghanistan to kill coalition forces, including U.S. troops. "While the White House does not routinely comment on alleged intelligence or internal deliberations, the CIA
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Majority Leader Steny Hoyer, who has a personal relationship with Trump's chief of staff, will lead the group.
Rep. Jason Crow (D-Colo.) discusses the Russian bounty plot and what information Democrats need as they head to the White House on Tuesday to receive a briefing.