Venezuela Regime Change in the Works

South America is coalescing against the socialist dictatorship of Venezuelan leader Madura. The Hill reports:
The Trump administration is facing a critical test of its hemispheric policy as global support grows for the leader of Venezuela’s National Assembly, Juan Guaidó, to be the face of opposition against strongman President Nicolás Maduro.
The administration has taken an active role in opposing Maduro, declaring the Venezuelan government illegitimate following his second inauguration earlier this month.
But Maduro’s opponents both inside and outside Venezuela have struggled to find a credible leader to coalesce around.
Guaidó, a 35-year-old engineer-turned-politician, seems to fit the role — and the United States will now need to decide how it deals with him.
Brazil and Colombia will be waiting for President Trump to lead in ensuring Venezuelan freedom is restored – will he step up?

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