In D&D 5e, the Paladin feature Aura of Protection allows allies within 10 feet of you to add your charisma modifier as a bonus to their saving throws, as long as you are conscious. Certainly this bonus would not affect the Paladin's own death saves, as they are unconscious while they make them. However a death saving throw doesn't use any abilities or proficiencies and is determined as:
Roll a d20: If the roll is 10 or higher, you succeed. Otherwise, you fail.
The question is, would the bonus from Aura of Protection be added to the death saving throws of affected creatures? Or would the nature and specific phrasing of death saves dictating that the roll must be 10 or higher overrule Aura of Protection's general application to all saves?
If the bonus is added, would it be correct to state that is does not have any bearing on the results associated with rolling a 1 or 20 on a death save, meaning those would remain tied to the number on the die only?