Caracas (AFP) – Venezuelan leader Nicolas Maduro said Thursday he wants a one-to-one talk with US President Donald Trump, who has slapped him with sanctions, but stood defiant against "imperialist aggression."
- 11 August, 2017 Venezuela's Maduro: 'Mr. Donald Trump, here is my hand' CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) — Venezuelan leader Nicolas Maduro said he wants a meeting with President Donald Trump, the same man he ridicules as a crass imperial magnate, as the U.S. weighs slapping crippling economic sanctions on his socialist administration.
- 31 July, 2017 Venezuelan leader defiant as US imposes sanctions on him CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) — President Nicolas Maduro claimed a popular mandate Monday to dramatically recast Venezuela's political system, dismissing U.S. sanctions imposed on him and condemnations by his domestic opponents and governments around the world.
- 22 September, 2017 Canada imposes sanctions on Venezuela leadership Ottawa (AFP) - Canada imposed sanctions on Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro and his regime Friday to punish what it called "anti-democratic behavior."
- 20 May, 2017 Venezuelan leader to Trump: 'Get your pig hands out of here" CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) — Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro delivered his most scathing critique of U.S. President Donald Trump yet Friday, telling him to stop intervening and "get your pig hands out of here."
- 25 August, 2017 Venezuela's Maduro vows to punish opponents for US sanctions CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) — Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro vowed Friday to prosecute for treason opponents he accused of being behind sweeping U.S. financial sanctions that will strain relations between the countries and make it harder for the socialist leader to raise badly needed cash.