Since election day, seven Russians officials have died from a variety of causes— with the majority being unknown causes.
A series of deaths since Election Day are suggesting a very serious claim that President Donald Trump has a much deeper connection to Russia than the American people know.
Since his Nov. 8 win of the White House, seven Russians officials have died from a variety of causes— with the majority being unknown causes.
As reported by Mic these individuals include: Vitaly Churkin, Russia's ambassador to the United Nations from cardiac arrest; Oleg Erovinkin, a former general in the KGB who was said to help in creating a dossier on Trump of unknown causes; Sergei Krivov, a Russian consular duty commander whose Nov. 8 death is still unverified; Petr Polshikov, a senior Russian diplomat who served as the chief adviser to the Latin American who died from a bullet to the head; Andrei Karlov, Russia's ambassador to Turkey who was shot very publicly at an art gallery; Andrey Malanin, the head of the consular department at Russia's embassy in Greece from "natural causes;" and Alexander Kadakin, Russia's ambassador to India who died of a "brief illness."
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Currently there is an investigation taking place into the Trump administration's connection with the Kremlin that's said to have altered the campaign, voting process and policy involving billion-dollar oil mines.
Thus far, Trump has vehemently denied any relationship to Russia's President Vladimir Putin, even though he's praised him publicly multiple times.
Earlier this month, Trump's national security adviser Michael Flynn forcibly resigned after it was found that he misled administration officials regarding his communications of potentially sensitive information with the Russian ambassador to the United States.