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2020-06-27 01:21:00 UTC
Column: Trump should not meet with Venezuela's Maduro

ELI LAKE Bloomberg Opinion

The best thing you can say about President Donald Trump’s changing his
mind about meeting with Nicolas Maduro, Venezuela’s strongman, is that
it’s not surprising.

In an interview with Axios, Trump said he had turned down Maduro’s
envoys before. But now, he said, “Maduro would like to meet. And I’m
never opposed to meetings — you know, rarely opposed to meetings.”

This has been a pattern. Before his 2018 summit with North Korea’s Kim
Jong Un, Trump threatened him with fire and fury if he continued to test
his missiles. As his administration increased sanctions on Iran’s
economy, Trump tried to meet Iran’s president. The U.S. president likes
making deals.

In Venezuela’s case, however, Trump has gone further than his
predecessors against the ruler. He has recognized the international
legitimacy of Juan Guaido, the leader of the country’s Legislature, and
supported his claim that he is interim president. It has been one of his
administration’s most significant foreign policy accomplishments to
persuade most of Latin America and Europe to recognize Guaido as well.

Knowledge will set you free
El conocimiento te hará libre
2020-06-27 11:49:35 UTC
That's true...

Knowledge will set you free
El conocimiento te hará libre
There is no international legitimacy of American puppet Juan Guaido as Venezuela's president. Only about a third of the UN's over 180 contries were arm-twisted to recognize the puppet. America lives on lies. How recognition by only one-third of the world's nation could be deemed international legitimacy is beyond any honest person.
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