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Trump Is Not Taking Military Off The Table For Venezuela

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Trump Is Not Taking Military Off The Table For Venezuela

Trump Is Not Taking Military Off The Table For Venezuela

President Donald Trump is taking a strong stance against Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro.

He said: “We seek a peaceful transition to power.

But all options are on the table.” Trump urged the country’s military to remove Maduro and allow humanitarian aid to come in.

The president gave this strong stance in front of a Miami crowd that had many Venezuelan and Cuban-American exiles.

According to Politico, Trump said “socialism is dying and liberty, prosperity and democracy are being reborn.”

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