Venezuela’s self-declared president Juan Guaido, who twelve days ago declared himself “interim president” of Venezuela, claiming current President Nicolas Maduro is no longer fit to lead and that he essentially usurped power, said that he wants a "productive and mutually beneficial" relationship with China and is ready to engage Chinese officials in dialogues “as soon as possible”, even though China, along with Russian and Turkey, are among the handful of countries who have refused to recognize...
President Donald Trump spoke in front of a Venezuelan American community on Monday at Florida Ocean Bank Convocation Center at Florida International University in Miami.
'Who is the commander of the armed forces, Donald Trump from Miami? They think they're the owners of the country', says embattled president
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President Trump in an interview broadcast Sunday said U.S. military intervention in crisis-torn Venezuela is an "option.""Well I don't want to say that," he told host Margaret Brennan on CBS's "Face the Nation" whe
MIAMI (AP) " President Donald Trump on Monday pleaded with Venezuela's military to support opposition leader Juan Guaido and issued a dire warning if they continue to stand with President Nicolas Maduro's government."You will find no safe harbor, no easy exit and no way out. You will lose everything," Trump said in a speech at Florida International University in Miami before large American and Venezuelan flags.Trump added: "We seek a peaceful transition of power, but all [
The US president is expected to stress his support for opposition leader Juan Guaidó in a speech.
President Donald Trump on Monday pleaded with Venezuela's military to support opposition leader Juan Guaido and issued a dire warning if they continue to stand with President Nicolas
President Donald Trump said that the use of US military force in Venezuela is still on the table amid its ongoing political crisis and that he turned down a meeting with Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro several months ago.
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Rachel Martin talks to Patrick Duddy, ex-U.S. ambassador to Venezuela, about the latest push for regime change in Venezuela, including a warning that the military should stop supporting the president.
U.S. President Donald Trump on Monday warned members of Venezuela’s military who are helping President Nicolas Maduro to stay in power that they are risking their future and their lives and urged them to allow humanitarian aid into the country. Speaking to a cheering crowd mostly of Venezuelan and Cuban immigrants, Trump said if the Venezuelan military continues supporting Maduro, “you will find no safe harbor, no easy exit and no way out. You’ll lose