The President of the United States, Donald Trump, has affirmed that he has “surrounded” Nicolás Maduro’s government, and even suspected that “something will happen in Venezuela” under the pressure that the White House is putting on the To appease the leader’s fall. “chavista ‘.
“We have surrounded him at a level that no one knows, but they know it,” Trump said on a phone call to members of the Hispanic community in the United States on Wednesday.
The New York magnate noted that Venezuela is going through a “very interesting” moment. “Something is going to happen because we won’t be able to bear it,” he added, although according to CNN he has not given any details.
The United States is the main supporter of Venezuela’s self-appointed “responsible president”, Juan Guaidó, in the international community. He has suggested that both the opposition leader and Maduro step aside to make way for a transitional government that will lead the country to “free” elections, a path the Venezuelan president has already rejected.