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Strictly speaking, Critical Failures don't exist in 5E. There are three kinds of d20 rolls: attack rolls, ability checks, and saving throws. However, ability checks and saving throws do not automatically fail on a natural 1. The times when natural 1's have a significant effect are called out explicitly for some rolls, but not for all rolls in ...
A Natural 1, as with a Natural 20, only affects attack rolls and death saving throws. It affects nothing else. A rogue with expertise, +5 ability mod and reliable talent can get a minimum of 20 + their proficiency. At level 20 this is, indeed, a minimum of 26 and their maximum is 36.
In 5e, a "Natural 20" only RAW matters on attack rolls. A Nat 20 on an attack roll is thus a "Critical Hit" where you double the damage dice. You do not need to "confirm" the critical hit in 5e. "Confirming" critical hits was a rule specific to 3rd Edition and its derivatives because you could crit on things other than a natural 20.