Trump criticized NYT for attacking Russia and ridiculed Biden

Another probable “ordering” of the newspaper The New York Times was named by US President Donald Trump, an article stating that Russia finances militants in Afghanistan. The June 26 edition wrote that Russian military intelligence was offering rewards for attacks on American soldiers in Afghanistan, and that the Trump administration has been unable for several months to decide what to do with this information from the American intelligence services.

On the eve of the Russian embassy in Washington, the US authorities demanded an adequate response to the threats that diplomats receive after an article in NYT. Russian diplomats demanded to stop publishing fakes that only “provoke a threat to life.”

The article is perhaps just another “ordering” of the fake The New York Times, like their failed falsification of Trump’s collusion with Russia, the president of the United States wrote on Twitter. According to Trump, despite NYT allegations citing an “anonymous source,” no one reported or informed him, Vice President Mike Pence or White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows, of the so-called Russian attacks on American troops in Afghanistan.

In another tweet, the US president ridiculed his future rival in the upcoming presidential election in November, Democratic candidate Joe Biden. He after the publication of NYT said that Trump had betrayed the US military.

“It’s ridiculous to watch the venal Joe Biden read out a statement about Russia, clearly written by his curators,” Trump wrote.

According to him, during the years of the Obama and Biden administration, the United States was weak in everything, but especially in relations with Russia. Then Russia defeated them so seriously that Obama wanted to exclude them from the then G8, Trump wrote.