The president of the united States said yesterday that John Bolton , who was his National Security adviser until Tuesday, "got out of line with Venezuela". Donald Trump did not give many more explanations about what is that considered exactly an excess in the policy of his government with regard to the regime of Nicolás Maduro, but Bolton is considered the urdidor of the decision of the venezuelan opposition in the past 30 of April, which was thwarted.
As the president said in a conversation with the press held yesterday in the Oval Office after the acts of commemoration of the 11-S: "Venezuela is located in a very bad state and this is the result of socialism, is what happens with socialism. Now, I didn't agree with many of the attitudes that showed with regard to Venezuela, I think that got out of line, and finally, I believe that the time has given me the reason".
For months, Bolton repeated that the White House was studying plans of military intervention to evacuate to Mature power and facilitate a call for free elections in Venezuela. His team went on to reveal that a visit that he made to the Pentagon in may was to "talk of military intervention in Venezuela", a revelation was unheard of. After the pronouncement, which only allowed the departure of opposition leader Leopoldo Lopez's arrest, Trump lost interest in Venezuela and so he leaked his team to the national media as The Washington Post.
it Soon became clear that there was a deep division in the us Administration with respect to Venezuela. Bolton and his team of hawks believed that finish with Ripe would fall after the cuban dictatorship and the regime of Daniel Ortega in Nicaragua. The secretary of State, Mike Pompeo, head of the american diplomacy, calling for restraint and refused to speak expressly of regime change.
In the middle is Elliott Abrams, special envoy of the U.S. for the crisis in Venezuela, appointed in January and also considered a hawk of the old school neo-conservative, born in the years of Ronald Reagan. Abrams was very much involved in the decision of April , and tried unsuccessfully to join him several hierarchs of the regime. In an interview held with this journal in July, Abrams made it clear that their priority is to find a diplomatic solution to the crisis and that force is a last resort.
Yes it is true that the major adversaries of the U.S. in the international scene expressed yesterday joy after the departure of Bolton, from Iran to Venezuela, passing through North Korea. According to titled the string of conservative Fox News: "The enemies of America celebrated with champagne the departure of John Bolton".Updated Date: 11 September 2019, 22:27