US President Donald Trump tweeted on Sunday that he was not given intelligence about Taliban fighters receiving rewards from Russian agents to target US troops in Afghanistan. Photo: AP US President Donald Trump tweeted on Sunday that he was not given intelligence about Taliban fighters receiving rewards from Russian agents to target US troops in Afghanistan. Photo: AP
US President Donald Trump tweeted on Sunday that he was not given intelligence about Taliban fighters receiving rewards from Russian agents to target US troops in Afghanistan. Photo: AP

Trump denies being briefed on reported Russian bounties to kill US troops

  • The New York Times reported that bounties offered by Russia’s military intelligence service gave incentives to Taliban fighters to target US forces
  • Donald Trump said he was not briefed, as Joe Biden said the president failed to stand up to Russia, and John Bolton said he was trying to avoid appearing negligent

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US President Donald Trump tweeted on Sunday that he was not given intelligence about Taliban fighters receiving rewards from Russian agents to target US troops in Afghanistan. Photo: AP US President Donald Trump tweeted on Sunday that he was not given intelligence about Taliban fighters receiving rewards from Russian agents to target US troops in Afghanistan. Photo: AP
US President Donald Trump tweeted on Sunday that he was not given intelligence about Taliban fighters receiving rewards from Russian agents to target US troops in Afghanistan. Photo: AP
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