Trump Says He Won’t Rule Out Military Response to Venezuela

Trump Says He Won't Rule Out Military Response to Venezuela
Trump 'won't rule out military option' against Venezuela
The Trump administration has slapped a series of sanctions against Maduro and more than two dozen current and former Venezuelan officials in response to a crackdown on opposition leaders and the recent election of a constitutional assembly charged with 

Vladimir Padrino told state television, “It is an act of craziness. It is an act of supreme extremism. There is extremist elite that rules the United States.” U.S. President Donald Trump's threat of military intervention in Venezuela was “an act of …

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US president Donald Trump has stepped up the rhetoric against Venezuela, saying he had not ruled out military action against the crisis-hit Latin American state. Speaking to reporters at his Bedminster, New Jersey, golf club, Mr Trump bemoaned the

President Donald Trump threatened military intervention in Venezuela Friday, a surprise escalation of Washington's response to Venezuela's political crisis that Caracas disparaged as "craziness." Venezuela has slid toward a more volatile stage of …

The American continent should hang its head in shame for standing by as violence, and violation, have been inflicted on Venezuela. Years of growing tensions culminated last month in the total usurpation of the state by a gang of “Bolivarian” leftists …
The White House confirmed President Trump declined Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro's phone call request on Friday amid growing political and social turmoil in the country. “Since the start of this Administration, President Trump has asked that … . President Donald Trump said he's considering a military option in response to the political and economic crisis in Venezuela, raising the specter of a U.S. intervention in Latin America that could spread turmoil in the region. Trump's statement on … . WASHINGTON, Aug. 11 (Xinhua) — U.S. President Donald Trump said on Friday he would not rule out a "military option" in Venezuela, a claim seemingly contradictory to the view of his top national security adviser. "We have many options for Venezuela,. Two renegade officers who attacked a Venezuelan army base last weekend have been captured, the country's defence minister has said. General Vladimir Padrino tweeted that the "leaders and masterminds of the paramilitary and terrorist assault" had been

(AP) — Venezuela's government is energetically rejecting U.S. President Donald Trump's talk of a potential “military option” to resolve the country's political crisis, calling it the most egregious act of belligerence against Venezuela in a century …

US diplomat arrives for expected rebuke from Venezuela
US diplomat arrives for expected rebuke from Venezuela

The Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. President Donald Trump said Friday that he wouldn't rule out military action against Venezuela in response to the country's descent into political chaos following President Nicolas Maduro's power grab.

CARACAS/LIMA, Aug 12 (Reuters) – After months of attacking Venezuela's unpopular President Nicolas Maduro, Latin America came out strongly against U.S. threats of military action against the struggling OPEC nation. U.S. President Donald Trump's. WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump is expressing concern over the growing humanitarian crisis in Venezuela and not ruling out military action as a response. Trump told reporters Friday that all options remain on the table in response to anti …

CARACAS, VENEZUELA — President Trump's claim that he is not ruling out “military” action in Venezuela prompted a fresh wave of anti-American sentiment by government officials here, many of whom appeared to be leveraging the threat to stoke dark

Venezuela, which sits atop the world's largest proven oil reserves, was once one of Latin America's most prosperous countries. Though it was hardly a paragon of democracy, it did make strides toward building solid institutions. Then, in 1999, the …

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