Trump breaks silence on Navalny, casts no blame on Putin

March 10, 2024

WASHINGTON (Reuters) -Donald Trump, who drew criticism as U.S. president for his praise of Russian leader Vladimir Putin, on Monday made his first public comment on the death of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny in a social media post that cast no blame but alluded to his own legal woes. “The sudden death of Alexei Navalny has made me more and more aware of what is happening in our Country,” the frontrunner for the Republican presidential nomination wrote on his Truth Social platform, appearing to link the death to his own political troubles. It was not clear what similarities Trump was trying to draw with Russia's most prominent opposition leader.


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