The secret service reports: when knew the American government from the bounty allegations?

The White house may have been earlier than we have suspected about intelligence reports informed that Russia is said to have promised the radical Islamic Taliba

The secret service reports: when knew the American government from the bounty allegations?

The White house may have been earlier than we have suspected about intelligence reports informed that Russia is said to have promised the radical Islamic Taliban bounty for the killing of American and other foreign soldiers. The "New York Times" reported on Monday evening, the us President, Donald Trump had been informed in February, writing about the secret service's knowledge. The American newspaper had reported on Friday about the matter.

According to a report by the news Agency AP Trump have experienced even in the year 2019 of the allegations. Accordingly, the then security adviser John Bolton have submitted to the President in March of this year, the intelligence. This is said to have told Bolton to a colleague.

All of the allegations of the parties concerned have denied the reports so far. Trump wrote last Sunday on Twitter, neither he nor his Deputy Mike Pence staff chief Mark Meadows had ever been on such facts informed. The Russian foreign Ministry spoke of "nonsense". A Taliban spokesman said the militia rejected the allegations.

Trump spokeswoman Kayleigh McEnany said on Monday, in the evaluation of the accusations against Russia it will give the secret services are conflicting opinions. "The secret services is no consensus," said McEnany in the White house. "In fact, there are conflicting opinions." Secret service information should always be checked before they would be brought to the President. Not explicitly, of the government, but the accusations against Russia has denied itself.

Updated Date: 30 June 2020, 04:19

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