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Brian paying our top story at 9 30 former vice President Joe Biden says. If it's true, President Trump did not read information in his daily briefing. He's guilty of a dereliction of duty, sources say the written version did at one flank intake information, suggesting that Russia has offered bounties on American service members in Afghanistan. CBS News. White House correspondent Stephen Portnoy has the latest. The president spokeswoman refused to confirm that the information about Russian bounties was in the written version of his daily briefing. Caitlin Mcenany pushed back on the idea that Mr Trump just never read it. President does Reed and he also consumes intelligence verbally, Mcenany continues, stressing there was no consensus within the intelligence community that the Russians offered bounties.