Trump Compares His Plight To That Of Navalny

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Trump Compares His Plight To That Of Navalny

| Updated: February 21, 2024 21:09

Former President Donald Trump finds similarities in the way the late Russian dissident Alexei Navalny and he have been persecuted.

Navalny, a strong critic of Russian President Vladimir Putin, died last week at the age of 47 while serving a 19-year sentence for fraud and contempt of court. Many distinguished personalities, including President Joe Biden, believe Putin’s regime is responsible for Navalny’s death.

Trump referred to the New York State Supreme Court Justice Arthur Engoron’s verdict. The jury ordered Trump and his company, The Trump Organisation, to pay $355 million in damages for committing fraud. 

He is also facing four criminal charges while running for re-election. In addition, he faces charges of sexually assaulting and defaming former magazine writer E. Jean Carroll, who won a lawsuit against him and received $83.3 million in compensation last month.

Trump has resolved to contest Engoron’s verdict, but first, he will have to submit a bond of almost $400 million to the state of New York, according to a report published in The Hindustan Times.

Sympathising Navalny on his social media platform, he said his death “has made me more and more aware” of “crooked, radical left politicians, prosecutors, and judges leading us down a path to destruction.”

The Facts Ingraham asked Trump to “expand” on his comparison of himself and Navalny during the town hall on Tuesday, noting that some of his “opponents” used his statement to portray him as “pro-Putin” and indifferent to “human rights or freedom.” 

The Facts Ingraham asked Trump to elaborate on his comparison of himself and Navalny, saying some of his “opponents” used his statement to portray him as “pro-Putin” and apathetic to “human rights or freedom.”

“Navalny was a very sad situation,” Trump was quoted as saying. “And he’s very brave, he was a very brave guy … But it’s happening in our country, too. We are turning into a communist country in many ways.”

“I got indicted four times, I have eight or nine trials, all because of the fact that I’m in politics.”

“They indicted me on things that are so ridiculous.”

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