Congressman questions lack of info on Russia allegations

A decision by the White House to separate briefings for Republicans and Democrats, about reports of Russia offering bounties for killing U.S. soldiers, concerns a local Congressman. Mark Pocan of Madison says it doesn’t pass the smell test. Pocan says such allegations are serious and any country doing something like this must pay a price. He says the fact the topic hasn’t been discussed before is very puzzling. The Democrat also questions what the President knew and when, but also admits the President is known not to read all his intelligence briefings.