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Lth 45e President of the United States, Donald Trump, presently campaigning for a second time period, lastly broke his silence on the loss of life of Alexei Navalny, soberly describing it as ” sudden.”
Three days after the death of Navalny, who died on February 16 in suspicious circumstances at the Arctic prison where he was serving a 19-year sentence for “extremism”, Donald Trump finally reacted.

In a publication on the Truth Social network that he himself founded, on 45e President of the United States has just mentioned the “sudden” death of Vladimir Putin’s main opponent.

Criticism of the Biden administration

Going against the grain of international reactions, Donald Trump, however, was careful not to highlight the role of the Russian president in the death of the dissident, preferring to scold the administration of his successor at the White House. “It’s a slow, steady progression that is leading us down the path to destruction with CRAZY (sic) radical left politicians, prosecutors and judges,” wrote Donald Trump, currently campaigning for the next presidential election.

“Open borders, rigged elections, and downright unfair court rulings ARE DESTROYING AMERICA. WE ARE A DECLINED AND FAILING NATION! MAGA 2024 (sic),” he continued.

Ultimate opponent of Donald Trump among the many Republicans, Nikki Haley criticized this Sunday the silence of her opponent, contemplating that “the fact that he says nothing about Navalny (shows) that he sides with Putin and thinks that “It's either he kills his political opponents, or he just doesn't think it's a big deal.” Nikki Haley immediately responded by calling a post that “compares America to Russia” and wherein Donald Trump “makes himself the victim” “unhinged.” “Did he condemn Putin as the bully he is? No. Did he praise Navalny's courageous fight? No. Did he recognize Putin's role in the assassination of Navalny and so many others who dared to oppose the Russian dictator? Of course not,” she denounced.

Joe Biden, for his half, judged Vladimir Putin answerable for the loss of life of Alexeï Navalny, and is contemplating extra sanctions towards Russia.