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THE EUROPEAN COUNTRIES WHO FOLLOWED TRUMP'S LEAD ON VENEZUELA

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Trump’s Lead on Venezuela

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The number one official in the Venezuelan Congress declared the socialist President Maduro as illegitimate and has made himself president after a fraudulent election where in some areas Maduro got more votes than people who could vote. Trump was one of the first world leaders to acknowledge the new president, Juan Guaidó, as the legitimate president. Now other countries are cracking under U.S. pressure and accepting Guaidó as the new president.

 

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1.) The UK

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  The United Kingdom has joined the US is condemning Maduro and accepting Guaidó as the new president.  After Maduro refused to declare a new election the UK released the official statement and it was announced by their Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt.

 

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2.) Spain

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Spain is joining in on the condemning of the fraudulent regime and declaring Guaidó the new president. Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez stated, “From today, we will carry on dedicating all our efforts to the task of helping bring freedom, prosperity and harmony to all Venezuelans”.

 

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3.) France

  French President Emmanuel Macron came out in support of Guaidó under the reasoning that Maduro had not declared a new election. “Venezuelans have the right to express themselves freely and democratically”  was tweeted by Macron earlier today.

 

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4.) Germany