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Venezuela Calls Drug Trafficking Charges Against Maduro 'Desperate'

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Venezuela Calls Drug Trafficking Charges Against Maduro 'Desperate'

Venezuela Calls Drug Trafficking Charges Against Maduro 'Desperate'

The U.S. charged Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro with drug trafficking charges.

Venezuelan Foreign Minister Jorge Arreza said the charges showed the “desperation” of the “Washington Elite.” According to Reuters, the Trump administration offered rewards for the capture of Maduro.

They also offered rewards for the capture of other high-ranking officials accused of drug trafficking.

Arreza said the U.S. was “obsessed” with Venezuela and wanted to reap “electoral returns” in Florida.

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