President Trump declassifies ‘unconfirmed’ Chinese bounty intel

President Trump declassifies ‘unconfirmed’ Chinese bounty intel

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American President Donald J. Trump has reportedly declassified intelligence that was recently briefed to him.

The intel that is now declassified indicates China offered to pay non-state actors in Afghanistan in an attempt to attack American soldiers.

It is reported that Trump has not discussed this matter with President Xi Jinping since the briefing and that the Chinese embassy in D.C. did not respond to requests for comment according to AXIOS.


It is not immediately clear if Congress members or Presidential candidate Joe Biden was briefed on the matters since he has access to the daily brief of the current President.

Officials from multiple agencies in Administration currently are working to approve further reports of the intelligence.

Peace in Afghanistan is scarce. The United States and China have knowingly had motives to not work with each other.

Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany distinguished the New York Times over publishing unverified allegations about Russian bounty intelligence and suggested that they were undermining Trump and the United States’ security.

Further details will be available when, and if, Trump confirms the suspected ‘unconfirmed’ intelligence reports.

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