What To Know About Allegations That Russia Bribed The Taliban To Kill U.S. Troops
Questions are swirling about reports that Russia paid bounties for Taliban militants to kill coalition troops, including those from the U.S., in Afghanistan. How solid is the intelligence behind those reports? How much did President Trump know about them? Here's what we know so far. Aired on 6/29/2020.
The White House denies President Trump had any prior knowledge of allegations that Russia offered bounties to Taliban-linked militants for the deaths of American troops. But there are reports U.S. officials provided a written briefing to the president earlier this year on the alleged bounties. CBSN political contributor and Associated Press White House reporter Zeke Miller joined CBSN to explain how some top officials may have been aware of the situation even earlier. The White House is pushing back on reports that President Trump was briefed on allegations that Russia paid the Taliban to kill U.S. soldiers. CBS News' Natalie Brand has the latest from Washington, and New York Times investigative reporter Michael Schwirtz joins CBSN with more on the story. Adrian Wojnarowski breaks down everything NBA fans need to know about the league's plans to restart the 2019-20 season in Orlando, Florida.
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