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John Bolton 18m
Peace-loving nations are ready to help Venezuela reclaim its democracy, its dignity, and its destiny.
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John Bolton 19m
Today, President Trump presented Venezuela’s military officers with a choice - work for a democratic future for all Venezuelans or see the financial circle close for their families and loved ones.
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John Bolton 20m
President Trump highlighted how the families of Maduro’s cronies live lavishly in Europe and the Caribbean, while Maduro issues orders to impede humanitarian aid for Venezuelans. We know who and where these officials and their families are.
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John Bolton 21m
President Trump challenged Venezuela’s military officers to work for democracy and a better tomorrow for their families and all Venezuelans - not to stand by as Cuban puppets.
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John Bolton 48m
Looking forward to making remarks on Venezuela at the rally in Miami. I will be introducing video remarks by Venezuelan Interim President Juan Guido.
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John Bolton 3h
Since January, more than 40 deaths have been linked to Maduro’s death squad, known as the FAES. The world is watching and those responsible will be held accountable. On Friday, the U.S. designated the head of FAES, Rafael Enrique Bastardo Mendoza.
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John Bolton 22h
Thank you to President Duque for welcoming even more Venezuelan aid into Colombia.
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John Bolton 22h
Senator Rubio visited the humanitarian hub in Cucuta today to meet with Venezuelan refugees. He condemned Maduro for creating the humanitarian crisis and reaffirmed U.S. support for the people of Venezuela.
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John Bolton Feb 17
Appreciate Senator Rubio showing the support of the U.S. Senate during his visit to the Venezuela border alongside . Aid is prepared for delivery to help the suffering people of Venezuela.
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Mark Green Feb 17
so close...and humanitarian assistance so close for those suffering under .
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Mark Green Feb 17
Proud to have been in for the arrival of relief supplies to help tens of thousands of Venezuelans. My main message: the U.S. will continue to stand with the people of .
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Senator Rubio Press Feb 17
Just toured the Scalabrini Center with my wife Jeanette, and . Very grateful to Father Francesco Bortignon for his work in helping the in .
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John Bolton Feb 17
The United States thanks the Government of Colombia for hosting thousands of Venezuelan refugees and for boldly standing behind Juan Guaido. It is time for the rest of the world to demonstrate the same generosity and support.
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John Bolton Feb 16
International oil companies, brokers, and traders take note: General Quevedo, the president of Maduro’s corrupt oil slush fund PDVSA, is now subject to U.S. sanctions. Don’t risk dealing with him!
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John Bolton Feb 16
This is what happens when corrupt military officials like Manuel Quevedo, who sanctioned on Friday, pilfer a prominent Venezuelan asset and help an illegitimate dictator drive it into the ground.
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John Bolton Feb 16
The U.S. military has delivered hundreds of tons of aid to partner nations over the last five years. The United States is proud to mobilize whole-of-government support for its partners in need, including Venezuelan President Guaido and the people of Venezuela.
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John Bolton Feb 16
Great work by our U.S. forces at , , and in delivering humanitarian aid, including food, medical supplies, and other critical items needed by Venezuelans.
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John Bolton Feb 16
The U.S. is wheels up and headed for Cucuta with more humanitarian assistance. Over the next several days, the United States will deliver over 180 metric tons of supplies, including hygiene kits, food items, and other supplies to be prepositioned for Venezuela.
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John Bolton Feb 16
The U.S. military is delivering this peaceful, humanitarian-assistance in response to the urgent and emergency conditions the Venezuelans are facing, and in response to requests by Interim President Juan Guaido and Venezuela’s National Assembly.
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John Bolton Feb 16
Interesting to see Maduro turning to the United Nations and governments notoriously accused of oppressing people and using corrupt practices for their own gain. Last time I checked, North Korea was not a beacon of democracy, and neither were China, Cuba, Iran, Russia, or Syria.
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