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Venezuela’s opposition leader Juan Guaidó, who was smuggled out of the country in defiance of a travel ban, told the Financial Times that tighter sanctions were needed to impose pressure on Maduro'>Nicolás Maduro

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Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido has said that he would not engage in dialogue with Maduro'>Nicolas Maduro, despite the embattled president's recent overture to sit down with his political rival.

A dinner with Jared and Ivanka about cannabis, a phone call from Trump Hotel with Venezuelan President Maduro'>Nicolás Maduro, and a whole lot of theorizing about George Soros. Lev Parnas’ interactions with Trumpworld went way beyond the Ukraine influence effort

Maduro welcomes Maradona to Caracas ahead of forum

Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido has said that he would not engage in dialogue with Maduro'>Nicolas Maduro, despite the embattled president's recent overture to sit down with his political rival. "The dictatorship killed that opportunity," Guaido says.

Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido has said that he would not engage in dialogue with Maduro'>Nicolas Maduro, despite the embattled president's recent overture to sit down with his political rival. "The dictatorship killed that opportunity," Guaido says.

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo: "There have been lots of conversations with Maduro'>Nicolás Maduro over these past months. There’s been no demonstration that he is prepared to permit free and open presidential elections."

Security forces loyal to Maduro'>President Nicolás Maduro surrounded and closed the building that houses offices of opposition lawmaker Juan Guaidó, who was in London seeking to bolster support for ousting Venezuela's socialist leader.

“U.S. policymakers must reckon candidly with the staying power of the Maduro regime, even while redoubling their best diplomatic efforts to dislodge it.”

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Maduro tells the Washington Post he wants negotiations with the United States? The only negotiations we should have with Maduro are what he wants for lunch on the plane that will take him to permanent exile in Cuba or Russia. Viva Venezuela libre. @jguaido 

I ask every member of the Maduro regime: End this nightmare of poverty, hunger and death. LET YOUR PEOPLE GO. Set your country free! Now is the time for all Venezuelan Patriots to act together, as one united people. Nothing could be better for the future of Venezuela!

....Large protests all across Venezuela today against Maduro. The fight for freedom has begun!

The citizens of Venezuela have suffered for too long at the hands of the illegitimate Maduro regime. Today, I have officially recognized the President of the Venezuelan National Assembly, Juan Guaido, as the Interim President of Venezuela.

After a great rally in Panama City Beach, Florida - I am returning to Washington, D.C. with and Senator , discussing the terrible abuses by Maduro. America stands with the GREAT PEOPLE of Venezuela for however long it takes!

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Fan pages for Hezbollah & Hamas are still allowed on . So is the official page for Maduro, who is killing his own citizens. So the bans aren't actually about "safety." Mark Zuckerberg’s ‘hate ban’ isn’t about safety — it’s about his own ego

I wish Maduro'>Nicolas Maduro and his top advisors a long, quiet retirement, living on a nice beach somewhere far from Venezuela. They should take advantage of President Guaido’s amnesty and move on. The sooner the better.

I urge Maduro'>Nicolás Maduro to allow humanitarian aid inside Venezuela’s borders peacefully. People are in need of life-saving medicines, children are subsisting on one meal a day, and a peaceful delivery of food and supplies is to the benefit of all.

Maduro willing to negotiate with opposition in Venezuela following U.S. sanctions and the cutting off of oil revenues. Guaido is being targeted by Venezuelan Supreme Court. Massive protest expected today. Americans should not travel to Venezuela until further notice.

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