Venezuelan Socialist Tyrant Maduro Seeks Talks with Trump — Is Pictured Riding Amphibious, Jogging During Military Drills
On Monday the Trump administration announced sanctions against the Venezuelan state-owned oil company, blocking $7 billion in assets and costing the country $11 billion of oil revenues.
John Bolton takes to the podium and announces sanctions against Venezuela and its state-owned oil industry.
"Now is the time to stand for Democracy," he says pic.twitter.com/iLFoZXrTqq
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) January 28, 2019
Venezuelan leader Nicolas Maduro seeks talks with President Trump following this weekend’s continued protests.
The Trump administration may reward opposition party leader Ghaido with access to Venezuelan oil assets.
The failed Socialist leader Maduro was filmed today riding an amphibious tank and jogging beside troops during a military drill.
Maduro rides amphibious tank, jogs alongside soldiers ahead of military drills
— RT (@RT_com) January 28, 2019
Maduro accused the US of plotting a coup.
In the face of growing pressure Nicholas Maduro says 'we don't want to be a North American colony,' rejecting demands to hold elections within eight days pic.twitter.com/kyLlMQMiPo
— TRT World (@trtworld) January 28, 2019