After Russia and the Taliban, Donald Trump also declined US newspaper coverage

US President Donald Trump has denounced reports that US intelligence has killed US troops in Afghanistan.

According to a New York Times report, a few months later, U.S. intelligence agents have concluded that the Russian military intelligence has rewarded the Taliban after a successful attack last year.

No one, not the Vice President or Chief of Staff, has informed me of the Russian attack on Afghan soldiers,” Trump said in a tweet.

“Everyone rejects the New York Times report that we (US forces) are undergoing a small attack in Afghanistan,” he said.

“This is fake news, the New York Times has to open the sources, the sources mean nothing, so the sources will never know,” said Trump.

It should be noted that Russia and the Taliban have previously rejected a report in the American newspaper.

The Russian embassy in Washington condemned the allegations in the report and called them “baseless and rude”.

On the other hand, Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid also denied a New York Times report, saying “the Taliban have no such relationship with any intelligence agency and the US newspaper’s report is an attempt to deceive the Taliban.”

The White House also denied the allegations in a statement issued Friday, saying “similar allegations have been made more than once about Russia’s intelligence.”

In this episode, press secretary Kelly McKinney said the New York Times mistakenly told the U.S. president that he was aware of the issue.

Joe Biden, the presidential candidate against Donald Trump: “If this report is true, it is a very sad expression of Russia’s defense and support for the command and the failure of the US military in Afghanistan.” “

Trump responded to Biden by saying that Russia and former President Barack Obama ate together.

“But Barack Obama removed Russia from the Group of Eight because Ukraine unilaterally brought Crimea under its control, which drew strong criticism,” he said.

It should be noted that after 20 years of war, the United States is considering ways to achieve peace in Afghanistan, with the US government and militant groups occupying different parts of the country.

The United States and the Taliban reached an agreement on February 29 this year to withdraw US troops.

U.S. and NATO officers said it was estimated that by the end of May, troops around the United States were planning to spread the coral virus in Afghanistan.

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