Guaidó Does Not Rule out Approval of Military Action in Venezuela

During an interview, Guaidó described as "great news" the fact that the U.S. Defense Department will analyze all the possibilities and will not rule out any scenario.

By Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Juan Guaidó, Venezuela's interim president appointed by parliament, said that the country's National Assembly would "probably" study the possibility of U.S. military intervention in his country and, "if necessary," would even approve it.

"Dear friend, Ambassador John Bolton, thank you for all the help you have given to this just cause. Thank you for your willingness to help. We will evaluate it and probably the House will take it into account in order to resolve this crisis. In case of need, perhaps we will approve it," replied the opposition leader . . .

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