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Father Of Marine Who May Have Been Killed In Russia Bounty Plot Condemns Trump And His Administration

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According to another bombshell report, Donald Trump was informed last year by former National Security Advisor John Bolton about the alleged Russian plot to offer bounties for the killing of U.S. troops in Iraq.

Trump did nothing about that either and U.S. troops lost their lives. The AP gave names of U.S. troops that may have been killed by the Russia scheme.

“The Defense Department identified Marine Staff Sgt. Christopher Slutman, 43, from Newark, Delaware; Sgt. Benjamin Hines, 31, from York, Pennsylvania; and Cpl. Robert Hendriks, 25, from Locust Valley, New York, as the Marines killed in April 2019. The three Marines were all infantrymen assigned to 2nd Battalion, 25th Marines, a reserve infantry unit headquartered out of Garden City, New York,” the AP reported.

The publication spoke with one of the victim’s fathers, who condemned the Trump administration for not doing anything to stop it.

“If this was kind of swept under the carpet as to not make it a bigger issue with Russia, and one ounce of blood was spilled when they knew this, I lost all respect for this administration and everything,” Erik Hendriks said.

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