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Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has lashed out at comments made by US special envoy Elliot Abrams, who boldly suggested regime change in Caracas would help to preserve the socialist, left-wing politics of Hugo Chavez.
A guest who appeared on right-wing commentator Tomi Lahren’s Fox News show appears to be very confused about Venezuela’s history, chiefly the years of Hugo Chavez’s term, despite it apparently directly affecting her own family.
Venezuela has “no chance” of recovery under President Nicolas Maduro, but there’s equally no hope with Juan Guaido, an “extreme right-wing”-backed front man for US intervention, believes Hugo Chavez’s oil minister Rafael Ramirez.
Regime change is a permanent fixture of US foreign policy, but the Venezuelan army’s loyalty to President Nicolas Maduro will make his forceful removal no easy task, a former adviser to Hugo Chavez told RT’s Going Underground.
President Donald Trump’s speech at the CPAC conference sent MSNBC TV anchors into outrage, with Ali Velshi comparing him to the current or former leaders of Venezuela, Cuba, Iran, Turkey and, of course, Russia.
The US has imposed sanctions on eight Venezuelan officials, including the brother of the country’s late president Hugo Chavez, in connection with last month’s elections in the country.
Mexican boxer Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. faced a knockout blow when his $40,000 watch was reportedly stolen during a celebration with scantily-clad women just two days after losing a fight to compatriot Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez on May 6.