Trump: US hasn’t seen any proof on Navalny poisoning

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  • Guardian News published this video item, entitled “Trump: US hasn’t seen any proof on Navalny poisoning” – below is their description.

    Donald Trump on Friday cast doubt on the poisoning of Alexei Navalny, declining to accept the German government’s assessment that the Russian opposition leader was attacked with a nerve agent. This week the German chancellor, Angela Merkel, revealed that tests at a military laboratory had ‘identified unequivocally’ that the Kremlin critic had been poisoned with nerve agent novichok. Donald Trump casts doubt on Navalny poisoning, saying US ‘hasn’t had any proof’

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