What we know so farDonald Trump has claimed that "nobody" briefed him about intelligence reports that Russia's military offered bounties to Taliban-connected militants in Afghanistan for the killings of US and coalition troops.Reporting from The New York Times, backed by other news outlets, claimed that US intelligence officials had warned the president in March – and that the Pentagon knew as early as January – while the US was in the grip of the coronavirus pandemic. Since then, the president had boasted about his relationship with Russian president Vladimir Putin ahead of an anticipated G7 summit that was scheduled to meet at Camp David, which the president has sought to include Mr Putin in, as Russia was preparing to receive humanitarian aid to combat Covid-19.