President Trump speaks to a Venezuelan community in Miami when his administration destroys director Nicholas Maduro's regime and insists that all variants be on the table to put pressure on him. The Trump administration has already imposed sanctions on the pressure of the Maduro regime and has recognized Juan Guadio, the speaker of the National Assembly, the interim president of Venezuela.
Last week, at a meeting with President Columbia John Douke in the White House, the president said he was looking at "all options" to deal with the crisis in Venezuela, which shares the border with Colombia. Guaydo and Maduro blocked in the struggle for control over Venezuela, a rich oil country, whose economy has collapsed in recent years.
Last month, John Bolton, a national security adviser, stood in front of the Corps of the White House with a legal block. saying "5,000 troops to Colombia", the White House's note refused to explain, in the words of the president, that all the options are on the table.
Presidential performance scheduled at 1
Here are the main points of the prepared speech by Trump
Here are some of the key points provided by the White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders at the address of the president:
- Strong support for the temporary President Juan Guadio;
- The current path to democracy is irreversible – Venezuelan soldiers have a clear choice – to work towards democracy for their future and future of their families, or they will lose everything they have; officials and their families have hidden money all over the world. Military and security forces should listen to Guaido and allow humanitarian assistance to Venezuela
- Venezuela should not be the puppet state of Cuba;
- A successful peaceful transition to democracy in Venezuela will contribute to the promotion of democracy in Nicaragua and Cuba. ] Trump call Maduro to leave power
Trump's speech calls Maduro to officially leave Venezuela at Guayido, senior White House officials told CBS News Fin Gomez.
The president will also discuss aid efforts in Venezuela and will tell in detail how the Maduro regime is harming the Venezuelan people. Mr Trump used Venezuela as an example of what, according to the administration, happens when the country returns to socialism. The president and his allies pointed to Venezuela as something that could happen if the Liberal Democrat won the White House in 2020.