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And you get inside. And you see now those people doing the Nazi salute. It's all coming up after this. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Jack Speer. The Trump administration is ramping up pressure on Venezuelan officials remained close to the embattled president, nNcholas Maduro and VR's. Michele Keleman has more on new sanctions and other actions meant to force Madore from power. The treasury department is adding six Venezuelan security officials to a sanctions list, accusing them of helping Madero block US aid to the country. US envoy Elliot Abrams says the State Department is also revoking dozens of visas Madero, supporters abuser violate human rights. Steal from the Venezuelan. People are under mine, then as well as democracy are not welcome in the United States. Neither are their family members. He wouldn't say exactly how many Venezuelans are losing US visas or name names Abrahams calls this and ongoing process. Adding that the US will continue to take appropriate. Actions against Madero associates. Michelle Kellerman, NPR news, the State Department. The governor of Washington state is joining a growing list of Democrats running for president in twenty twenty. Jay Inslee, also becomes the first governor she can replace President Trump. Austin Jenkins of the northwest news network reports he wants to make climate change the focus of his campaign instantly held his campaign kickoff in the warehouse of a solar installation company. So I am announcing today that I make candidate to become the next president of the United States, the two-term governor and former congressman called for a new national mission similar to the moonshot to address global warming. I am pledging today. I am giving this high honor I will make fighting climate change the number one priority of the United States of America.

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