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."
- 28 February, 2018 Challenger to Venezuelan President Maduro steps forward CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) — A prominent Venezuelan politician broke ranks with the opposition coalition on Tuesday by challenging leader Nicolas Maduro in the upcoming presidential election.