Trump 'open to meeting Venezuela's Maduro' amid hints of fragile trust in Guaido
Monday, 22 June 2020 () In an apparent overture to Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro, US President Donald Trump has suggested that he is open to meeting the Latin American leader, also sending signals of his waning confidence in opposition leader Juan Guaido. In an interview published on Sunday, Trump said he would consider meeting his Venezuelan counterpart. "I would maybe think about that. ... Maduro would like to meet. And I'm never opposed to meetings," Trump told online news site Axios from the Oval office on Friday. Until now, the Trump administration has...
Iran has issued an arrest warrant against Donald Trump, President of the United States of America, signifying a new low in the two nations' already-strained relationship. Tehran has accused Trump and..
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Rolling Stones Threaten Legal Action
Against Trump Campaign The band isn't happy that President Donald Trump has
been using their music at political rallies. The Stones revealed that their legal team..
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