Former national security officials are questioning the White House's claim Trump never knew about a Russian bounty on US troops
- Russia placed a bounty on the heads of US troops in Afghanistan, and Trump chose not to act, according to a report by The NYT.??
- The White House claims that "neither the President or the Vice President were briefed on the alleged bounty intelligence."
- Former national security officials say that if true, why was the president kept in the dark?
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