Dems say Russia bounty intel is 'red flag' that Trump-Putin relationship could be compromisedFollowing a White House briefing Tuesday morning regarding reports that Russia offered bounties to the Taliban to kill U.S. military personnel, House Democrats renewed their call for an all-Member briefing from the intelligence community – “so we’d have direct evidence and discussion from intelligence community into how credible they assess the information.” House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer called the intelligence a “red flag” and said the American people must understand whether the United States’ relationship with Russia is “compromised by the relationship between the president and Mr. Putin.” “It either was not waved, or the president ignored the wave,” Hoyer, D-Md., said.