Bolton says he would have personally briefed Trump on Russian bounties


National security adviser Robert O'Brien says a senior career official of the CIA made the decision to not verbally brief President Trump on reports Russia has put bounties on Americans in Afghanistan. Former national security adviser John Bolton says he would have done things differently. The president's former national security advisor tell CBS News he'd have brought the Russian bounty reports to Mr Trump's attention. If there's any indication, this is an ongoing operation, something the president needs to take into account AIDS to Mr Trump have said the intelligence wasn't verified. But John Bolton told CBS Audio's the takeout to say, We don't give it to him until we're completely satisfied. If that that didn't reflect how I operated, Bolton resigned as national Security advisor last

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