Rachel Maddow reviews the details of a New York Times report that U.S. intelligence told Donald Trump in March that Russia was paying bounties to Taliban fighters to kill coalition troops, including U.S. troops. Trump has yet to respond and instead has advocated for Russia's return to the G8.
Announcement comes after meeting with Polish president
President Donald Trump said Wednesday that the United States plans to move some troops from Germany to Poland, speaking as he hosted Polish leader Andrzej Duda at the White House just four days ahead of Poland’s election. “We are going to be reducing our forces in Germany” from 52,000 to 25,000 troops, Trump said after an Oval Office [
President Trump downplays explosive report that sent shock waves through D.C.
House Speaker says White House has ignored any misdeeds committed by Russia
Donald Trump has insisted 'nobody told him' that Russia had reportedly offered bounties to Taliban-linked militants if they killed U.S. soldiers in Afghanistan .
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President Trump, in a Fox News town hall with Sean Hannity on Thursday, tore into the soaring violent-crime rates in cities including Chicago and Baltimore – comparing them to Afghanistan and Honduras, and saying, “it’s like living in hell.”
The White House is furiously denying that President Donald Trump saw evidence that Russia had placed bounties on U.S. troops in Afghanistan, but there’s plenty of non-classified evidence the Kremlin has recently escalated its aggression. The president insists he never saw intelligence about the bounties and the White House says the evidence was never strong [
A retired US Army general and a former NATO commander wrote in an op-ed Wednesday that President Donald Trump's failure to act on intelligence that Russia was paying secret bounties to militants to kill US troops is a "betrayal."
President Donald Trump has a news conference with Poland’s President Andrzej Duda, the first visit of a foreign leader to the White House in months.