Report: Trump inquired on invasion of Socialist Venezuela

A report has surfaced that in a private meeting with his aides last August President Trump inquired about invading Venezuela.


As a meeting last August in the Oval Office to discuss sanctions on Venezuela was concluding, President Donald Trump turned to his top aides and asked an unsettling question: With a fast unraveling Venezuela threatening regional security, why can’t the U.S. just simply invade the troubled country?

The report also gives us insight on his aides response

In an exchange that lasted around five minutes, McMaster and others took turns explaining to Trump how military action could backfire and risk losing hard-won support among Latin American governments to punish President Nicolas Maduro for taking Venezuela down the path of dictatorship, according to the official. The official spoke on the condition of anonymity because of the sensitive nature of the discussions.

Venezuela was recently found to be the most dangerous country on earth.

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