Venezuela expected to dominate Pence's Latin American trip
WASHINGTON (AP) — Vice President Mike Pence's visit Latin America comes amid unrest in Venezuela and concern by its neighbors about a possible American military role.
Pence planned to meet with Colombia's president, Juan Manuel Santos, later Sunday at the start of a weeklong trip likely to be dominated by conversations about the crisis in Venezuela. The United States accuses Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro of a power grab that has sparked deadly protests and condemnation across the region.
President Donald Trump on Friday said he would not rule out a "military option" in... read more
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