RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Despite speculation regarding the policy that Democrat Joe Biden will pursue in response to the Venezuelan crisis once he assumes the presidency of the United States, Juan Guaidó is confident that the U.S. president-elect will sustain maximum pressure against the dictatorship of Nicolás Maduro.
Likewise, the interim president of Venezuela said on Tuesday, November 24th, that he hopes to retain U.S bipartisan support as Biden prepares to take power in January 2021.
Donald Trump's government led Guaidó's international recognition as Venezuela's legitimate leader in 2019, part of a strategy . . .