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President Maduro Consolidates Power As The Opposition Grows Weaker
"Backed opposition in Venezuela has spent years trying to dislodge authoritarians President Nicolas Maduro. Nothing has worked instead, as John Otis reports Maduro has consolidated power, while the opposition appears to be growing weaker by the day. It wasn't long ago that Maduro's days appeared to be numbered. His oil rich country was facing its worst economic meltdown in history as well as crippling U. S sanctions. Nearly 60 nations recognised opposition leader Kwon Guido as Venezuela's rightful head of state in January. Why, though, was a guest of honor at President Trump's State of the Union address here this evening? A very brave man who carries with him the hopes, dreams and aspirations of all Venezuelans. Joining us in the gallery is the true and legitimate president of Venezuela. Juan Guido. Mr President, please take this message, but Nicolas Maduro is still ensconced in the presidential palace. The Venezuelan military has ignored y those calls to mutiny. Anti government protests have petered out. Meanwhile, the opposition is split between moderates who favor negotiations and hardliners who want military action to oust Maduro. The hardline strategy backfired in May, when a tiny force of exiled Venezuelan soldiers tried to invade their homeland. They were quickly captured or killed. So is very stock for us. Right now. We have a very, very complicated situation. That's unhealthy. Alvarado Ah, lawmaker with an opposition party called First Justice. The government jailed several party members. Then last month in a legal maneuver, it replaced the leaders of first justice and two other opposition parties, with politicians friendly to Maduro. Alvarado claims these new party bosses were paid off to switch sides. First, they persecute the literature off our party. Then they tried to divide us on DH. Then they replace the leadership of our party with new months that received the money off Maduro. The Venezuelan government ignored NPR's requests for comment. Chef Ramsay of the Washington office on Latin America, says Maduro wants to weaken but not eliminate the opposition. It is ultimately useful for the regime to point to the existence of opposition politicians in Venezuela, as it allows them to say that they live in a democracy. Maduro controls nearly every government institution. Except for the National Assembly, which is led by Juan Guido. But now the opposition is talking about boycotting this year's legislative elections because of fears of vote rigging. If the opposition does boycott why, though, will no longer be president of the Legislature. Jeff Ramsey notes that this post is the basis for his claim to be Venezuela's legitimate head of state. The international community is going to be at a crossroads where they'll have to decide whether to continue recognizing one way, although as interim president Venezuela at a recent rally in Caracas. Why, though, tried to buck up his followers, But if there's a political physical office, you know He acknowledged that they're worn down and frustrated. But he insisted the opposition would outlast Maduro. No, only are the wellbore idea. They are not going to defeat us. Why, though, proclaimed, We are still here
Adriana Diaz, Juan Guido And Ortega discussed on WCBS Programming
"Two Venezuelan opposition leader, Juan Guido now officially asking the US for help and possible. Military intervention to end the crisis abroad, fighting and widespread hunger have become part of everyday life in Venezuela. As embattled leader nNcholas Maduro clings to power CBS news. Correspondent Adriana Diaz. Reports from Caracas famous Leila's child mortality rate has jumped one hundred and forty percent compared to two thousand eight. Nairobi's Ortega's son died from L nutrition and meningitis he was almost a year and a half old, but weighed a mere thirteen pounds. The only thing she has these beans it'll have to feed the whole family looking to
"juan guido" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"From ABC news. I'm Michelle Franzen. Authorities in Africa say there are no survivors on board with the opium airlines flight three oh to that crash. The Boeing seven thirty-seven went down shortly after takeoff from the capital of a de SABA on its way to Nairobi Kenya. As transport cabinet secretary. James Macarena flights took off. From national airport. Six minutes later. Got lost in terms of Rhonda civilians, one hundred and fifty seven passengers and crew members were on board. No. 'cause yet a Turkish air flight on its way from Istanbul to JFK international hit turbulence so severe passengers say at least thirty people were injured, including a flight attendant who broke her leg passenger. Amir mayor bash says there is a huge drop in altitude turbulence went on for at least five or six minutes. I would say, but they was just pretty dramatic the entire year. It wasn't really at any point. It's hard times during his five or six minutes. They were pretty intense turbulent. Investigators are looking into what may have caused the severe turbulence power outages sweeping across Venezuela. Placing almost the entire country in the dark this supporters for acting President Nicolas Maduro as interim president Juan Guido held large dueling rallies Saturday in Caracas speaking to supporters on a megaphone Guido who is backed by the US and some of Europe called for mass protests on the capital Douro called Guido a clown puppet of the US and an illegitimate president. Douro blames the US for the power outages North Korean voters, including leader Kim Jong UN going to the polls today to approve a new lineup of roughly seven hundred members for the national legislature. But no surprises voters. Get only one candidate to choose from. And turn out is mandatory. You're listening to ABC news. Are you more than ten thousand dollars in debt? Feel.
Venezuela, Nicolas Maduro And Juan Guido discussed on America Trends
"For good on Asia-wide. Blackout continuing for a third straight night in Venezuela. The President Nicolas Maduro has blamed the United States, but Venezuela's opposition leader, Juan Guido who's being supported by the US is on the failure to maintain the electric system in Venezuela for years
"juan guido" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Continue to look for possible tornado victim, we are still conduct some searches and area sifting through piles of debris were there may be people animals such as that they're so we we have given up hope searching the most powerful twister was an f four tornado packing. One hundred seventy mile an hour winds. That's been blamed for at least twenty three deaths in Lee county, Alabama, President Trump says it's been a rough you days for the residents in Alabama and the surrounding area. So it's been a tragic situation. But a lot of good work is being done. We've been in constant touch with the governor. And also the governor of Georgia. The White House is denouncing the Democrats sweeping new investigation of President Trump as disgraceful and abuse you in a strongly worded statement White House press secretary, Sarah Sanders, blasts, the House Judiciary committee's probe into possible. Obstruction of Justice corruption and abuse of power, she accuses Democrats of quote harassing the president to distract from their radical agenda of making America, a socialist country killing babies after. Born and pushing a green new deal that would destroy jobs and bankrupt. America Sanders says there intimidation and abuse of American citizens is shameful. Greg Clugston, Washington opposition leader, Juan Guido on Tuesday appeal for support from Venezuela's state workers in its push to oust President Nicolas. Maduro government has yet to comment on the defiant homecoming of his adversary. Why does says police officials were among those meeting that he held with leaders of public employee unions on Wall Street, the Dow down by thirteen points. The NASDAQ dropped to the SNP lower by three oil down to fifty six fifty six a barrel..
"juan guido" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"We will listen to them believe them walk with them close. Two hundred Catholic leaders were invited to the summit humanitarian aid for Venezuela remains jammed up at the Columbia border Columbia's. President temporarily closing to international bridges until more security is in place. Fox's brian. Yeah. NS clashes between Venezuelans and Venezuela's national guardsmen led to to humanitarian aid trucks, catching fire on the same tender bridge as they tried to make their way into Venezuela. Desperate Venezuelans were seen salvaging as much of the food and medicine as they could from the burning trucks President Nicolas muddle ordered security forces to block the needed aid from entering leading. To violent clashes were guardsmen launched tear-gas canisters at protesters throwing rocks at least two died and some three hundred were injured. It's unknown. How much aid actually made its way in Venezuela opposition leader, Juan Guido, urging Venezuelan troops to turn on president Madero and join his side Madero saying Venezuela doesn't need aid quite oh is set to meet with South American leaders and vice president Pence in Columbia gas prices are up ten cents in the last two weeks. Trilby Lundberg from the Lundberg survey explains why the OPEC production reduction and specifically to affect members Iran and Venezuela sanctions upon them added to the long decline in up put from Venezuela due to the collapse of its industry. She says if crude oil prices don't change expect more increase is heading.
"juan guido" Discussed on 600 WREC
"We will listen to them believe them walk with them, close to two hundred Catholic leaders were invited to the summit humanitarian aid for Venezuela remains jammed up at the Columbia border Columbia's president temporarily closing to international bridges until more security is in place. Fox's Brian Yanez clashes between Venezuelans and Venezuela's national guardsmen led to to humanitarian aid trucks catching fire on the Santander bridge as they tried to make their way into Venezuela. Desperate Venezuelans were seen salvaging as much of the food and medicine as they could from the burning trucks President Nicolas muddle ordered security forces to block the needed aid. From entering leading to violent clashes where guardsmen launched tear-gas canisters are protesters throwing rocks at least two died and some three hundred were injured. It's unknown. How much aid actually made its way into Venezuela opposition leader, Juan Guido, urging Venezuelan troops to turn on President Nicolas Maduro and join his side Madero saying Venezuela doesn't need aid Guido is set to meet with South American leaders. Vice president Pence in Columbia gas prices are up about ten cents in the last two weeks. Trilby Lundberg from the lumbergh survey explains why the OPEC production reduction and specifically to to APAC members Iran and Venezuela sanctions upon them added to the long decline in output from Venezuela due to the collapse of its industry. She says if crude oil prices don't change you can expect more increases as refineries prepare for higher.
Trump urges Venezuelan military to abandon Maduro
"He could then President Trump held a rally in Miami Florida Monday, where he addressed members of the local Venezuelan community reinforcing his support for opposition leader self proclaimed, president Juan Guido and calling for the military to defect from the leadership of sitting Venezuelan President, Nicolas Maduro, choose this path you have the opportunity to help forge a safe and prosperous future for all of the people of then as well or you could choose the second path continuing to support Madero. If you choose this path. You will find no safe harbor, no, easy exit. And no way out you will lose every Trump also renewed attacks on socialism, saying it had ravaged Venezuela. And that quote will never happen to us. Then Madurai responded to Trump's remarks in a televised address. Truly miami. Glenn today. Donald Trump was in Miami. With a tired rhetoric questioning the rights of our country to adopt, the ideas of human Christian, socialism or socialism, just like a Nazi style speech to prohibit ideology. This comes as a new book out today by former FBI deputy director, Andrew McCabe, reveals Trump privately discuss going to war with Venezuelan two thousand seventeen McCabe writes, quote, then the president talked about Venezuela. That's the country. We should be going to war with he said, they have all that oil, and they're right on our back door, unquote. Meanwhile, the Daily Beast is reporting State Department officials are considering extending temporary protected status or TPS Venezuelans residing in the US to protect them from deportation TPS holders from Sudan, I'll Salvador Haiti Nicaragua and Honduras and Nepal are currently sealing. The Trump administration over its attempt to revoke their immigration
"juan guido" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Weapons drugs and fourteen thousand dollars in cash police were assisted by the US department department of homeland security an apartment fire in Ellicott city leaves thirteen people displaced the Sunday night blaze occurring on west springs drive, the Red Cross assisting those displaced Baltimore police suspect. No foul play in the death of a man who was found outside a burning portable toilet in the parking lot of. Mt. Bank stadium witness all the man on fire running from the bathroom when firemen arrived. Three portable toilets were engulfed in flames. The of the fires still unknown speaking at a rally in Miami, Florida, President Donald Trump voiced his support for Venezuelan opposition leader, Juan Guido as he put more pressure on strongman nNcholas. Madero to peacefully step down and allow new leadership the guy the Latin American nation, the president denounced other, socialists, and communists, nations in the western hemisphere. Saying the end of such regimes appears to be on the horizon in Venezuela. And across the western hammers. Socialism is dying and liberty prosperity and democracy are being reborn. The president also putting on pressure on members, you'll be Venezuelan military, saying the eyes of the world are upon you and telling them to stop blocking humanitarian aid meant to ease the suffering of the Venezuelan.
"juan guido" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"No, they have inspired us in the world over fifty countries stand with the people of Venezuela, and we will not abandon you so long as you're on the side of freedom and liberty the world and America will stand with you. Each and every step of the way, the United States is among the countries that have recognized opposition leader Juan Guido as the country's. Interim president immigration detainees are on a hunger. Strike at Boston jail. Early Diaz is with the Rhode island-based group alliance to mobilize our resistance. And she says they have a list of grievances of hot water facilities that do not meet their basic needs at treatment from guards and higher ups inside of the benefit jail jail. Officials say that the detainees refusing the regular meals, but are drinking liquids and eating some food from the canteen owners of unlicensed pot shops in Pasadena fighting for the right to legitimize their businesses. Dino recently began allowing marijuana dispensaries to apply for a recreational license with the exception of dispensaries that have been caught operating illegally councilman Victor Gordo. I don't think we should reward past illegal and bad behavior with the license but signatures are now being gathered to. Change the law and allow all dispensaries to apply for a licence. Sean might president of the unsanctioned Golden State collective dispensary is leading the charge after his business was rated we have been state compliant operators, we pay our state taxes. What aspect of our business is illegal? He says the city is trying to make an example out of him. Even though he believes he did nothing wrong. He's also helping with an effort to recall councilman Gordo because the role he played in crafting the city's current marijuana. Rules Cooper, Rummell KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio. It's three forty three. And there's a two car crash in downtown. This is on the one ten north at stadium way. All lanes are blocked. Take a look at that and other traffic headaches coming up ninety seconds with Pete in. It's the ultimate sleep.
"juan guido" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Margaret Brennan, a fortune on building this incredible base. We might as well keep it at one of the reasons I want to keep it is because I want to be looking a little bit at Iran because Iran is a real problem. That's news. You're keeping troops in Iraq. Because you wanna be able to strike in Iran. No because I want to be able to watch Iran, all I wanna do is be able to watch the president also said he considers sending US troops to Venezuela. An option the US is backing opposition leader Juan Guido as he tries to wrestle power from President Nicolas Maduro, former Virginia governor, Terry McAuliffe calls current governor. Ralph Northam a decent, man. But he's still advising him to resign after it was revealed that a racist picture appeared on his yearbook page the photo. Oh shows one man in black face. Another in a Ku Klux Klan outfit, nor them. I apologize for the picture. Then said he wasn't in. It McCall spoke on CNN picture with the black face and the clansman came out. There is no way you can continue to be the governor of the Commonwealth of Virginia. We have had a horrible and past as it relates to race relations. Pope Francis is the first pontiff to head to the Arabian peninsula, CBS is being castle Franko on his message before he departed for Abu Dhabi who promises made an urgent appeal for an end to the humanitarian crisis in Yemen, where he said the people are exhausted by a long conflict his words came just before heading off on the first ever people trip to the Arabian peninsula. The pope will spend less than forty eight hours in the United Arab Emirates where he will be taking part in an interfaith conference. And where he will celebrate mass for more than one hundred thirty thousand people Sabina castle, Frank. CBS news room get excited. It's Super Bowl Sunday CBS's, Steve Steve Futterman. Is there in Atlanta? He breaks down the big matchup for the New England Patriots. This will be their eleventh Super Bowl they have won five of them. If they can win today. The patriots will tie the Pittsburgh Steelers for the most Super Bowl victories for the Rams. This will be just their fourth Super Bowl appearance. They have won the Super Bowl only once in a stork flyover in Tennessee..
"juan guido" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Best advice if you're in the mid west house in many spots. It's colder than it is in parts of ad Arctic frostbite can set in almost instantly and places like Detroit where the wind chill makes it feel like it's twenty nine below four layers of pants. His jacket sports jacket and a hoodie though. You know in a thermal reporter, Bruce Marcus is in eagle river, Wisconsin where the real feel is minus forty five any school districts in the northeastern part of the state are closed today. And tomorrow is temperatures could plummet to thirty below Scott fosters administrator of a northern district. That's nearly five hundred square miles. It's really both kids safety stand in a bus stop at these temperatures frostbite sets in a lot of our kids have long driveways after stand. At the end of foster also says his district school buses, sometimes don't run when temperatures reach twenty below at least six deaths are blamed on the deep freeze, which is expected to last another couple of days. A message from President Trump to lawmakers on Capitol Hill tweeting this morning, he warns if they don't talk about a wall or a physical barrier at the southern border. They're wasting their time on a compromise spending Bill. Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer. I'm very hopeful. I think that a good number of our Republican colleagues. Don't want to shut down the government begin today with a deadline of February fifteenth, President Trump says Americans should not travel to Venezuela until further notice he's warning of massive protests. After the administration said it would recognize opposition leader Juan Guido as the country's new president who's getting the most bang for their bucket colleges and universities these days live to CBS's. Gary.
"juan guido" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"I'm Deborah Rodriguez. The best advice if you're in the mid west in many spots. It's colder than it is in parts of Antarctica frostbite can set in almost instantly and places like Detroit where the wind chill makes it feel like it's twenty nine below four layers of pants jacket, a sports jacket and a hoodie though. You know, and thermal reporter, Bruce, Marcus is in eagle river, Wisconsin where the real feel is minus forty five any school districts in the northeastern part of the state are closed today. And tomorrow is temperatures could plummet to thirty below Scott fosters administrator of a northern district. That's nearly five hundred square miles. It's really both kids safety stand in a bus stop. But these temperatures frostbite sets in a lot of our kids have long driveways. They have to stand. At the end of foster also says his district's school buses, sometimes don't run when temperatures. Reached twenty below at least six deaths are blamed on the deep freeze, which is expected to last another couple of days. A message from President Trump to lawmakers on Capitol Hill tweeting this morning, he warns if they don't talk about a Waller physical barrier at the southern border. They're wasting their time on a compromise spending Bill. Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer. I'm very hopeful. I think that a good number of our Republican colleagues. Don't wanna shut down the government begin today with a deadline of February fifteenth, President Trump says Americans should not travel to Venezuela until further notice he's warning at massive protests. After the administration said it would recognize opposition leader Juan Guido as the country's new president who's getting the most bang for their bucket colleges and universities these days. Live to CBS is.
"juan guido" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Hospital, the average EMS transport charges nine hundred dollars and northeast side councilman Clayton Perry says that doesn't seem right to him responding to the fire. We don't charge for that responding the police don't charge for their services because that's the tax payer is paying for those services here at the city city staffers pointed out, it's not just an Uber ride. Ambulances are staffed with trained. Paramedics who tried to keep the patient alive on the trip, and they also point out that Medicare and most insurance is pay most of the cost carry Laki News Radio twelve hundred w o a bit. As Wales Supreme Court is barring opposition leader, Juan Guido from leaving the country. The court also ordered does assets frozen. The country is in the midst of struggle between Guido and President Nicolas Maduro, the US called Medeiros Eli. Action illegitimate and along with several other governments is backing Guido as the interim president the court is filled with Medeiros allies at in two thousand seventeen nullify the power of the legislature admit after Medeiros opposition won control. Meanwhile, the State Department is warning Americans not to travel to Venezuela citing crime, civil unrest in the arbitrary detention of US citizens. Well, the FBI says in its final report on the Las Vegas mass shooting that the gunmen sought infamy still the report released Tuesday said its team of investigators and behavioral analysts could not determine a single or clear motivating factor for the October two thousand seventeen attack on a country music festival that killed fifty eight. The gunman committed suicide as police were closing in on his hotel suite in the years before the shooting. He complained about is declining physical and mental health.
"juan guido" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Now, it's three thirty three to thirty three President Trump's longtime friend Roger stone appeared in federal court in Washington today to face charges related to the special counsels Russia investigation CBS news correspondent Bill Rakoff. Was there? Roger stone was mostly quiet inside court as his attorney entered a plea of not guilty on charges of lying to congress obstruction and witness tampering, but outside it was a circus of reporters, stone supporters and protesters that reached a fever pitch. When stone left the courthouse lashing. The Knicks Sonian double d for victory. Sign is next court appearance is Friday CBS news Washington in order to avoid the possibility of another federal government shutdown lawmakers will need. To find some sort of compromise on border security, those talks will get underway. Tomorrow. More on that from CBS's Steve Dorsey Republicans say it's up to Democrats to come up with a deal that satisfies President Trump, but it's still not clear whether even support for basic fencing along just small portions of the border will earn the president's approval the White House wars, the president is prepared to declare a national emergency to build a wall. All democratic congressional caucus chairman Hakeem Jeffries says he should proceed with caution. Meanwhile, hundreds of thousands of federal workers who missed paychecks during the shutdown are expected to get their back pay before the end of the week don't travel to Venezuela. That's the warning issued today by the US State Department. It cited crime civil unrest, poor health infrastructure starvation and arbitrary arrest in detention of US citizens warning also comes days after the Trump administration back the opposition leader Juan Guido today. Venezuela's? Chief prosecutor called on the government stacks supreme court to ban Guido from leaving the country as part of a criminal investigation five Houston. Police officers are recovering after they were heard yesterday while trying to serve a warrant on a suspected drug house four officers were shot. One suffered a knee injury. Houston police chief art Asha veto says officers found drugs and weapons inside that house. It's dangerous business where we know that, you know, we live in a society where there's a proliferation firearms or you can assume they'll be firearm just about every location that you hit. And unfortunately, some people just don't have a respect for the sanctity of life. Officer shot and killed two suspects at the scene. President Trump has talked about the possibility of teachers carrying guns to combat in school shootings that will not be happening in New York. Teachers will be banned from carrying guns in schools under a series of gun control laws expected to be approved today in Albany, the bills would prevent schools from authorizing anyone except security officers school resource officers or police to carry a firearm on school grounds to thirty six WCBS. Get your news, traffic and weather all on demand streaming apps on your phone on the free radio dot com app..
"juan guido" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"On this Friday evening. Tensions continue to escalate between the US and Venezuela were ousted President Nicolas. Maduro is refusing to step down and ordering American diplomats out of his country. We get more from ABC's Martha Raddatz the administration has made it clear that if any Americans are harmed all options are on the table. So this is a very tense standoff, which could have long term implications for Americans here at home. Venezuela depends on oil revenue from the US. And while sanctions could hurt them. It could also mean an increase in energy prices in the US Venezuelan opposition leader, Juan Guido has declared. He is temporarily assuming presidential powers and President Trump is supporting that claim president Maduro has called him. All Venezuelan diplomats from the United States and has closed its embassy in Washington. In related news. Major league baseball is recommending in the strongest terms possible the players and staff not travel to Venezuela for the Caribbean series, which is slated to begin next weekend. Meanwhile, Russia has entered the fray Moscow in Washington now butting heads over the political situation in Caracas. We get more from correspondent bills him for the two countries are backing separate governments in Venezuela with Russia expressing support for nNcholas Maduro, the United States, recognizing the government of self-proclaimed. Interim president Juan Guido Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said the US a country paranoiac really anxious about others meddling in their affairs is now meddling in domestic affairs in Venezuela. Russia has also warned the United States against any kind of military intervention. Well, if you've been dreaming of going to watch the patriots play in the Super Bowl WBZ's, Chris farmer reports that making it a reality may not be the rude awakening. You think it is a could end up costing you less and less by the minute. As secondary ticket values continued to drop down some seventy percent relative to last year's big game. So for New England fans, you've got cash not only is the price. Right. So is the timing. I get a lot of people first timers, they believe that. What was Brady's last year? If he wins and has been under bucket list for a long time..
Oil climbs on Venezuelan crisis despite surging U.S. supply
"Refuses to comply with Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro order to expel all US diplomats from his country this as the political crisis ramps up after position leader, Juan Guido declared himself. Interim president CBS Melba horcasitas is in Columbia near the Venezuelan border once Latin America's richest country oil accounts for ninety eight percent of Venezuela's exports. When the price of oil plummeted the economy took nosedive, sending the country into crisis undermine Bhutto's policies. Inflation has skyrocketed it's expected to hit ten million percent. This year. We were in the region in two thousand seventeen and witnessed thousands of Venezuelan crossing into Columbia daily in search of food medicine and work and to flee violence, six thirty eight thirty six degrees in
"juan guido" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Asian shares advanced Friday after a moderate rise on Wall Street here at home Thursday, the S and P five hundred edged up point one percent. The benchmark is up twelve and a quarter percent over the last month. But it's slipped. One point one percent this week the Dow dipped point one percent about two thirds of the stocks on the new York Stock Exchange closed with gains, but major indexes didn't move much. The NASDAQ gained point seven percents. Well, there are mixed messages on China US trade with commerce secretary Wilbur Ross saying the two sides are still quote miles and miles from getting a resolution this as they prepare for talks next week in Washington Ross told CNBC in an interview that he believed a deal was possible though. And that a very large delegation of Chinese officials was headed to the US capital for talks. Meanwhile, the European. Central bank. I didn't change its interest rates or its projection for when it might start raising them ECB had Mario Draghi said risks to the European economy are increasing and the banks ready to adjust all of its instruments. If it runs into serious trouble. The US has officially requested an open meeting of the United Nations Security council on Saturday to discuss the ongoing crisis in Venezuela. A violence breaking out there. Once again today secretary of state, Mike Pompeo made the request this after sixteen of the thirty four nations in the organization of American states recognized opposition leader Juan Guido as president at an emergency session Thursday. The.
"juan guido" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Tonight checking at our homeless population. House speaker Nancy house speaker Nancy Pelosi's rejecting the idea of providing some kind of major down payment for President Trump's border wall. As part of the deal to end, the partial government shutdown Pelosi spoke after the president suggested a reasonable installment on such barrier might be a way to make things smoother with a shutdown Gaggini. The IRS is recall any more than half of its eighty thousand furloughed workers tests Cullimore works for the agency and was recalled earlier this week, but says she needs to claim hardship because she's been through her savings or they got money from her family, and as a single mom of three and says, you know, this is not easy coming whether it's just the local grocery store or something. They're now being affected because say the people like us can not go to work. And so we can't go out and go shopping, and so it's just trickling down to affect all the Americans. That's putting everyone. Venezuela's opposition leader, Juan Guido says he would consider granting amnesty to president nNcholas Maduro and his allies. If they help return to Venezuela to democracy county state's attorney Kim FOX publicly for the first time said something today that some people are pretty happy about the support of the legalization of marijuana Joseph adds that she wants to help those convicted of misdemeanor Barra wanna crimes get their sentences. Expunged sports, traffic and weather next on WGN. This is firefighter.
"juan guido" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"NewsRadio Boston attempt right now day, we mentioned how mild fifty seven Dave Bowers. Thank you, President Trump says he's keeping an eye on things in Venezuela. As political moves. There are growing international attention right now. Bill Zimmer with more at president. Venezuela is going to affect operating with parallel governments after opposition leader Juan Guido swore himself in as president Wednesday. Nncholas Maduro currently holds the office of president after winning what many consider a rigged election Medeiros still has control of the military and the court and countries around the world are beginning to pick sides many western nations, including the United States backing Guido while Russia, Iran Turkey, and China are among those saying Maduro should remain the president, of course, majority had given all US diplomats forty eight more hours to leave Venezuela. The United States said no, we're not leaving. But moments ago, we did get an urgent saying that the United States has now ordered. Some diplomats. They're not qualifying or quantifying. I should say the number. They're out of them as Walea that is significant. However, the US embassy will remain open for now in Venezuela. Obviously a very volatile situation there in Venezuela. They have super inflation which is just unimaginable. For those folks that are living there. A lot of people are just trying to get food on the table. And now a political coup underway Venezuelan communities across the United States have been rallying to support the changes in their native country. They want a regime change. We also heard from Accra Sida Vert and Berg at a rally in San Diego showing support for Medeiros opposition telling reporters what it means for her that the United States has denounced Madero.
"juan guido" Discussed on KOMO
"Walked to Michael law at which senators are content to continue making political points. And nothing else that Bill is expected to fall short of the necessary sixty vote bipartisan majority, so is the second Bill a short term measure to reopen. The government for two weeks thirty four of the shutdown. House speaker Nancy Pelosi responding to the president today after he agreed to postpone his state of the union address until the government is reopened. Thank you for recognizing that it's inappropriate to have a state of the union address for people are working hard, very hard to protect all of us in that room and not getting paid for it yesterday. Pelosi told the president he could not. Hold the speech in the house chamber until the government was back. Open. Secretary of state Mike Pompeo says the US is ready to provide twenty million dollars in aid to the people of Venezuela. As the Trump administration recognizes opposition leader, Juan Guido has the country's leaders funds to help them cope with a severe food food and medicine shortages and other dire impacts of their country's political and economic crisis learning more about the victims of the tragic shooting inside a Bank in see bring Florida yesterday allegedly carried out by a twenty one year old seven saver. They were all women for employees at a customer all gunned down in the span of just a few moments inside the SunTrust Bank here in see bring that word from police chief Carl Hoaglund is he struggled to maintain his composure describing the victims as our sisters our mothers, daughters, coworkers, ABC's, Pete combs reporting. You're listening to ABC news. Stay connected..
"juan guido" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"Pelosi cancelled next week's address saying it shouldn't happen until the government is funded again. Now, President Trump agrees that he'll make his state of the union address when the government is back open the man accused of killing five people at a Bank and see bring Florida is making his initial court appearance this morning, as I stated you have five counts of felony capital murder based on it being a capital offence. The court is going to hold you without bond. One year olds FM Xavier a former correctional officer trainee was dressed in prison. Stripes, stared at the ground before being called before the judge police say he entered the SunTrust Bank in the central Florida city began shooting yesterday, a swat team entered the Bank located the victims and took Xavier into custody, so far there's no word on a motive in the shooting Americans seeking unemployment benefits have dropped to levels not seen since November. Nineteen sixty nine Labor Department reports this morning one hundred ninety nine thousand workers filed initial unemployment claims last week as a decrease of about thirteen thousand from the previous week analysts. See this latest report is a sign. The job market is strong. Even though the partial government shutdown is going on tensions are rising in Venezuela. With political moves drawing international attention correspondent bills. Infor has the latest at president Venezuela is in effect operating with parallel governments after opposition leader Juan Guido swore himself in as president Wednesday. Nncholas Maduro currently holds the office of president after winning what many consider a rigged election Madero still has control of the military and the courts and countries around the world are beginning to pick sides many western nations, including the United States backing Guido while Russia Iran Turkey and China are among those saying Maduro should remain the president. You're listening to the latest from NBC news..
Trump recognizes Venezuela's opposition leader as its legitimate president
"Which was ordered by former President Nicolas Maduro that comes hours after the Trump administration recognized opposition leader, Juan Guido as interim president thanked President Trump for recognizing him and the US in fact, spearheaded a whole host of countries, recognizing Guadagno as the real and legitimate, president of Venezuela. We are about to enter into a significant diplomatic impasse between Venezuela and the rest of the world ABC's Matt cut and now what President Trump's former lawyer Michael