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Trump Urges Venezuelan Military to Back Guaidó

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Trump Urges Venezuelan Military to Back Guaidó

Trump Urges Venezuelan Military to Back Guaidó

President Donald Trump spoke in front of a Venezuelan American community on Monday at Florida Ocean Bank Convocation Center at Florida International University in Miami.

He urged Venezuelan military officials to back the country's self-declared interim president, Juan Guaidó.

He said that officials backing Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro are risking their lives.

He also said socialism is ravaged Venezuela, and told the crowd that that "will never happen to" the United States.

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