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Cummins is located in Trump VP Mike Pence’s hometown, and Cummins workers-Cummins PAC were the second largest campaign donors in Mike Pence’s Congressional career, according to the Center for Responsive Politics-OpenSecrets.org.
Additionally, his brother Ed Pence started working at Cummins in 1981 and for a long time was a top manager with sectors that literally move Russia: military, mining, oil and gas, farming. He announced his retirement in December of 2017, but still probably has stocks and his retirement funds are probably dependent upon Cummins.
Cummins is not only a long-time joint venture partner of Russian Government owned KAMAZ, it provides engines to GAZ , which is owned by Russian oligarch Oleg Deripaska. 
The most recent Navalny corruption video is about an important Russian official (Prikhodko) hanging out on Deripaska’s yacht. Russia is demanding that Youtube remove the video. Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort has represented Deripaska…
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