Ex-CIA Chief Says U.S. May Need To Respond With ‘Bold’ Action If Russian Bounty Proves True

WASHINGTON -- The former head of the CIA said the United States may need to respond with “bold” action against Russia, including imposing harder-hitting sanctions, should a report prove true that Moscow offered Taliban-linked militants money to kill American soldiers in Afghanistan.

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