Maduro: US $15 million buy my head, trump approved the assassination

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 Maduro: US $15 million buy my head, trump approved the assassination


I may be the victim of the most savage aggression. The U.S. government Bid $15 million for my head. Trump approved the assassination, and Im not exaggerating that theyre trying to send a bunch of snipers or hire snipers in Venezuela to kill me. Trump decided to do so. Maduro said.

Reported that this spring, the U.S. Department of Justice issued charges against Maduro and 14 other leaders of the country, claiming that they were involved in drug trafficking. The State Department offered a reward of $15 million for Maduro.

(function(){( window.slotbydup=window .slotbydup||[]).push({id:u5811557,container:ssp_ 5811557, async:true }Maduro has accused the United States of assassination more than once. He has said that several assassination attempts against him in 2019, which were organized in Colombia with the approval of the United States, were unsuccessful. In an interview with Russian satellite news agency in January last year, Maduro said that trump ordered the Colombian government to kill him. In August last year, Russian satellite news agency reported that Maduro said in an interview that he had evidence that former US presidents national security assistant Bolton had planned to assassinate him. On August 4, 2018, during the celebration of the 81st anniversary of the Venezuelan national guard on Bolivar Avenue in Caracas, the Venezuelan national guard attempted to murder Maduro: Several drones carrying explosives tried to attack Maduro, but they were defeated. Maduro was safe and seven members of the National Guard were injured in the attack. Source: responsible editor of global network: Zhao Yaping_ NN9005

Maduro has accused the United States of assassination more than once. He has said that several assassination attempts against him in 2019, which were organized in Colombia with the approval of the United States, were unsuccessful.

In an interview with Russian satellite news agency in January last year, Maduro said that trump ordered the Colombian government to kill him. In August last year, Russian satellite news agency reported that Maduro said in an interview that he had evidence that former US presidents national security assistant Bolton had planned to assassinate him.