Venezuela's Guaidó: It’s time to abandon dictator Nicolás Maduro

Channel: Fox Business
Published: 05/02/2019 02:47 AM

FBN’s Trish Regan interviews Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó about the current protests in Venezuela. FOX Business Network (FBN) is a financial news channel delivering real-time information across all platforms that impact both Main Street and Wall Street. Headquartered in New York —...

Breaking tonight the situation very fluid right now on the ground in venezuela. Violence breaking out across the country today, as the socialist dictator nicolas maduro, hangs on to power there by a thread. For a second day, maduro led forces open, fired on probe wydo protesters with rubber bullets, tear gas and with water cannons joining me right now in an exclusive interview, his first sense. Th ...
s uprising live from venezuela tonight, the man, the us and more than 50 other countries around the world recognizes venezuela's president senor hwang white, oh good, to have you back me and vinny needle good evening. Thank you for having me so. The the last couple of days have been quite somethingbut. Nicolas maduro is still in the presidential palace tonight, so i would ask: did you accomplish what you wanted, estonia on gran via dei gran, dir, pero, nicolas maduro sigue, and the mira flores esta noche entonces lagrasta efectivo? Without a doubt is to gold is for minnesota to live in freedom to recover democracy. Past few months have been very hard. Their sacrifice, 25 four-year-old, has died due to the brutal repression. We have 25 injured in 97 cities of the country and there were protests more than 190 protests throughout venezuela. Saying that we want freedom. Armed forces followed a civic process.

We are supporting them. It is time to abandon the dictator. They need to jointhe process of rebuilding. Of an australian - and this is much closer - one of the goal is venezuela. Today the dictator continues to usurp the power in venezuela, but i'm not going to stop the people.

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