U.S freezes assets of Venezuelan president


UPDATE: US freezes assets of Venezuelan president, Nicolas Maduro
National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster says Maduro is now “a dictator” following yesterday’s “sham” of an election. 

“All assets of Nicolas Maduro subject to U.S. jurisdiction are frozen, and U.S. persons are prohibited from dealing with him,” read statement from US Treasury 

By sanctioning Maduro, the United States makes clear our opposition to the policies of his regime and our support for the people of Venezuela who seek to return their country to a full and prosperous democracy,” said Secretary of the Treasury Steven T. Mnuchin

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  1. This is just pathetic, even if he is a dictator its right for you to take what he has even if he did not get it through ill gotten gain. Why don’t these people leave other nations to run their affairs ?They sanction Buggery and all the most perverted acts human can imagine,yet no one can do anything to them. I believe same sex unions are more disgusting in Gods eyes than a dam dictator.Clean up you all
    filthy backyard first. These people must fall,the time is at hand.

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