Pelosi has accused trump of ignoring any suspicion in Russia

The President of the United States Donald trump is inclined to ignore any accusations against Russia, said on Sunday the speaker of the house of representatives, Nancy Pelosi.

"The President wants to ignore any accusations against Russia... Russia never recovered from the humiliation which she suffered in Afghanistan. And now they take vengeance on us, our troops. It's absolutely outrageous. We have to think that at the moment when the President heard about this he had wish to find out more, instead of denying that he knew something," she said in the TV channel ABC News.

As Pelosi put it, trump "all roads lead to Putin".

"I don't know that the Russian have at it political, personal or financially, but he wants to ignore (all)... he has a gift for Russia in the sense of the weakening of our leadership role in NATO, reducing the number of our troops in Germany, it is the gift to Putin. Something here is very wrong, but this should be the answer," added the Congresswoman.

The New York Times, citing anonymous us intelligence officials published an article in which asserted that military intelligence of the Russian Federation allegedly offered a reward associated with the Taliban militants for attacks on American soldiers in Afghanistan and that this was reported to Trump. No evidence was provided. The Russian Embassy in the United States demanded from the authorities an adequate response to the threats made to the diplomats because of false news about Russia and Afghanistan. The Russian foreign Ministry called the media reports a fake.

Later radical Taliban also denied allegations that it had allegedly received funds from the military intelligence of the Russian Federation to carry out attacks in Afghanistan. The white house has called the note of the newspaper is inaccurate and claims that anything like intelligence reported no Trump. The trump called it "another bridge", and also stated that no one reported neither he nor the Vice President nor the head of the White house "about the so-called Russian attacks" on U.S. troops in Afghanistan.