Trump to say Venezuela's military at risk for supporting Maduro

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Trump to say Venezuela's military at risk for supporting Maduro

As the monthslong political crisis stretched on, Trump delivered a public plea to Venezuela's military to support Guaido's government. Mr Guaido has kept to himself how he plans to overcome the border barriers put up by the Venezuelan military, on Mr Maduro's orders.

"You will lose everything", he cautioned. The shipments have been meant in part to dramatize hyperinflation and shortages of food and medicine gripping Venezuela. Maduro, who retains the backing of Russian Federation and China, says he is the victim of a coup.

There is growing pressure on Maduro at home and overseas to step down so that Guaido can head an interim government to organise free elections.

They have started to identify the most vulnerable and have begun caring for the needy in accordance with Mr Guaido's promises.

She adds Trump will state that the US 'knows where military officials and their families have money hidden throughout the world'.

Daniel Smith, chairman of political science at the University of Florida, said voter files from 2018 show that Venezuelan-American voters in Florida are a far smaller bloc than Cuban-American or Puerto Rican voters, but are a growing group with a high propensity to vote and whose loyalty is up for grabs.

Trump was introduced by first lady Melania Trump and joined by Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis and Florida Sens.

"The days of socialism and communism are numbered, not only in Venezuela, but in Nicaragua and in Cuba as well", Trump said.

"When we say all options are on the table, that is because all options are on the table", Abrams said, adding that military force "is not the preferred route and not the route we're going down". He spoke at the FIU event by video before Trump appeared and thanked the president "for his determination and clear leadership in support of democracy and just causes in response to what is happening now in Venezuela". "Today this fight is existential".

On Monday, Trump said Maduro and the "small handful at the top of the Maduro regime" have stolen from Venezuela.

While speaking in front of some members of the Venezuela-American community in Miami, the president is expected to demand that the socialist nation "work toward democracy" and install Guaido as their president, or else. "He talks about fighting the Maduro regime, but his administration keeps deporting and detaining Venezuelans fleeing repression from the Maduro regime".

Trump has been spending the holiday weekend at his private club in West Palm Beach, Florida.

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