Statements of former US President Donald Trumpwho asserted that if he were president for the second time he would have seized Venezuelan oil, “shame the opposition” and demand an investigation, said the first vice president of the Unified Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV), God gave poetry. In his first public speech after filing federal charges, Trump criticized the Joe Biden administration’s trade relationship policies with Venezuela and asserted that his country was “making a dictator rich” by buying oil from him.
Donald Trump’s statements expose the Venezuelan opposition and leave it defenseless, then one wonders: Is it not because of the issue of democracy, the dictatorship that existed in Venezuela? But none of that mattered, but the seizure of our country’s wealth“, Certain Poetry During his regular press conference on Monday. The Venezuelan deputy stressed that they “only import oil and the country’s wealth,” according to the newspaper latest news.
Given Trump’s statements, Cabello stressed the need to open an investigation to find out the details of the case and his relationship with Venezuelan opposition leaders. In response to a question about whether Venezuelan crude is of poor quality, First Deputy Head of PSUV “Imagine if it was good what they would have done,” he said..
Venezuela’s Minister of Communication and Information, Freddy Náñez, joined the criticism of Trump and tweeted: “It’s not just Trump, it’s a whole criminal ideology that is practiced in various ways against free and sovereign nations.” Venezuela’s permanent representative to the United Nations, Samuel Moncada, said, “Trump removes the mask from 60 satellite countries, from international propaganda and from all the politicians and intellectuals who supported a puppet to rule Venezuela,” referring to Juan Guaido.
On Saturday, in a speech in North Carolina, Trump admitted he was trying to steal Venezuela’s oil. What do you think we buy oil from Venezuela? When I left, Venezuela was on the brink of collapse. We would have taken it, we would have kept all that oilsaid the former president.
Trump lamented that the United States now buys oil from the South American country. “Remember, I was campaigning and I said we were going to end up being Venezuela on steroids. And that’s exactly what happens to our country, it’s going to hell,” said the Republican leader, who has already been involved in the presidential campaign.
In 2019, Trump decided not to recognize the second term of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro, and called on his allies to maintain the same position. He also encouraged a series of unilateral decrees and coercive measures against the Venezuelan population.