“When Congress in a bipartisan way passed sanctions on Russia, the administration told us to take out the sanctions on the GRU - the intelligence, as well as the defense, sectors of Russia. Those should definitely still be there. They were there in a bipartisan way. It is just administration wanted them out. I do not know why. So we should have those in there,” she stated.
As of now, according to the White House spokeswoman Kayleigh McEnany, the information on the issue has not yet been confirmed.
“The President was never briefed on this, this intelligence still has not been verified, and there is no consensus among the intelligence community,” she stated.
As we reported earlier, the U.S. government has intercepted data about Russian GRU (military intelligence, - 112 International) wiring money to accounts related to the Taliban movement in Afghanistan.