President Nicolas Maduro raises concerns about the possible costs in lives and unintended consequences that may come from committing American troops to fight and die in another foreign conflict.
U.S. President Trump acknowledged in an interview Sunday the use of U.S. military force in Venezuela is “an option.” But he also emphasized in State of the Union address Tuesday’s to Congress the need to draw down on costly military engagements around the world.
“As a candidate for President, I pledged a new approach. Great nations do not fight endless wars,” said President Trump.
White House officials have clarified the U.S. objective in Venezuela is the peaceful transfer of power.
Most Latin American and European countries also support Venezuelan opposition claims the Maduro government is now illegitimate, after it barred most opposition candidates from running in last year’s election. These nations have recognized Juan Guaido, the President of Venez
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