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Nicolas Maduro Must Go

Military intervention should be the last resort. But a decisive military intervention similar to what was done in 1989 in Panama is better than allowing the dictatorship to win.

Mike Pence Warns 'Swift Response,' Venezuela VP Reacts

Vice President Mike Pence said the U.S. would not tolerate "any threats, violence or intimidation" against opposition leader Juan Guaidó, but his Venezuelan counterpart railed against Western intervention.

Venezuela: Guaidó Faces Police, Maduro Promises Victory

"At this moment, there are police special forces in my house," self-declared national leader Juan Guaidó said as Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro touted his military and spoke of a "coup d'état orchestrated by imperialism."

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