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Trump Breaks Silence on Navalny, Casts No Blame on Putin

via Forbes Breaking News
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Donald Trump made his first public comment on the death of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny, expressing concerns about the state of the country and alluding to his own legal troubles.

While Trump did not directly blame anyone for Navalny’s death, he criticized the actions of “crooked” politicians and legal authorities.

“The sudden death of Alexei Navalny has made me more and more aware of what is happening in our Country,” Trump said.

“It is a slow, steady progression, with CROOKED, Radical Left Politicians, Prosecutors, and Judges leading us down a path to destruction. Open Borders, Rigged Elections, and Grossly Unfair Courtroom Decisions are DESTROYING AMERICA. WE ARE A NATION IN DECLINE, A FAILING NATION! MAGA2024,” he wrote.

Trump’s response differed from other politicians who directly blamed Putin for Navalny’s death.

“Putin is responsible for Navalny’s death,” President Joe Biden said.

His comments were criticized by his Republican rival Nikki Haley and former Representative Liz Cheney, who raised concerns about Trump’s alignment with Putin and his authoritarian tendencies.

“Donald Trump could have condemned Vladimir Putin for being a murderous thug. Trump could have praised Navalny’s courage,” Haley wrote on X.

“What Vladimir Putin did to Navalny is what retribution looks like in a country where the leader is not subject to the rule of law,” Cheney said.

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