Trump spooks Venezuela's Nicolas Maduro at the UN

Badgered repeatedly about prospects of U.S. military action in Venezuela at an impromptu press conference with Colombia's newly elected conservative president, Iván Duque, President Trump tried hard to blow the matter off before stating the obvious about Venezuela's military: Q    President Trump, I'm sorry, I don't want to talk about the military action again, but how dangerous is Maduro's regime for national security?  And what you are going to do against him to stop him? PRESIDENT TRUMP:  Well, it's dangerous for their security.  It's dangerous for their people's security.  It's a regime that, frankly, could be toppled very quickly by the military if the military decides to do that. And you saw how the military spread as soon as they heard a bomb go off way above their head.  That military was running for cover.  That's not...(Read Full Post)
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