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Has repeatedly accused Nicolas Maduro of leading a corrupt and brutal regime

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2 months ago
860AM The Answer

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The United States is charging Venezuela's president Nicolas Maduro of effectively converting Venezuela into a criminal enterprise at the service of drug traffickers and terrorist groups as he and his allies still billions of dollars from the south American country according to the U. S. department of justice the Maduro administration wants to flood the United States with cocaine and uses the drug as a weapon Mr Maduro is accused of allowing people connected to the revolutionary armed forces of Colombia known as the FARC guerrilla group to use its S. based enable cocaine to be flown to the United States these charges will undoubtedly increase tensions between the two countries