President Trump is keeping an eye on events in Venezuela and hinting at military intervention if necessary. Following a meeting with Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and U.S.-UN Ambassador Nikki Haley yesterday, Trump told reporters the U.S. has many options to deal with the political crisis in the South American nation and he's "not going to rule out a military option." The U.S. sanctioned Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro last month after he established a constituent assembly run by his Socialist party loyalists. Venezuela's defense minister called Trump's talk of military action a crazy act of supreme extremism.
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