Trump’s new target

Print edition : September 15, 2017

Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro during the closing campaign ceremony for Constituent Assembly elections in Caracas, on July 27. Photo: REUTERS/CARLOS GARCIA RAWLINS

A session of the newly elected National Constituent Assembly in progress on August 8. Photo: REUTERS/CARLOS GARCIA RAWLINS

U.S. President Donald Trump (right) with U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson at a press conference where he made the threat of military intervention in Venezuela, in New Jersey on August 11. Photo: AFP/JIM WATSON

Supporters of opposition parties elect a barricade as clashes break out with the police in Caracas, on July 30. Photo: REUTERS/CHRISTIAN VERON

U.S. President Donald Trump’s threat of military intervention in Venezuela following the election of a new Constituent Assembly in that country elicits little support from the international community.
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