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President Trump Says Russian Bounty on US Troops is Not True, Dares Newspaper to Reveal Its Source

HNGN Monday, 29 June 2020
President Trump Says Russian Bounty on US Troops is Not True, Dares Newspaper to Reveal Its SourceTrump is has denied intel report and denies that he was briefed. But, his political opponent are using this report to pick away at him till the November elections.
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News video: Trump Administration Pushes Back Against Charges It Knew Of Russian Bounty For Taliban On U.S. Soldiers

Trump Administration Pushes Back Against Charges It Knew Of Russian Bounty For Taliban On U.S. Soldiers 01:57

Natalie Brand reports on President Trump continuing to deny any knowledge of Russia offering bounty to Taliban for killing U.S. troops (6-30-2020)

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