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Trump Says 'Toughest Of Sanctions' Yet To Come For Venezuela

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Trump Says 'Toughest Of Sanctions' Yet To Come For Venezuela

Trump Says 'Toughest Of Sanctions' Yet To Come For Venezuela

U.S. President Donald Trump says his administration has not yet implemented “the toughest of sanctions” to try to hinder Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro.

Reuters reports after discussing the crisis in Venezuela at the White House with Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro, the US president said, “We haven’t done the toughest of sanctions, as you know." In January, Trump sanctioned state-owned oil company Petroleos de Venezuela.

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