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Bolton Wants Action Against Venezuela's Maduro

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Bolton Wants Action Against Venezuela's Maduro

Bolton Wants Action Against Venezuela's Maduro

On Tuesday, U.S. national security adviser John Bolton slammed Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro.

Reuters reports that Boltin called for tougher international action against the embattled leader.

Maduro has been under fire for massive corruption, gross incompetence, and reprehensible human rights violations.

At a summit on Venezuela, Bolton addressed financials sanctions against Maduro.

Bolton stressed that U.S. authorities can now target and sanction anyone supports Maduro’s government.

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