100 Replies to “US, Venezuela confirm secret talks regarding Maduro’s potential exit”

  1. His state failed because oil prices went sky high and the elites in Venezuela stole it all. Then oil went down and the people suffer.

    Socialism can only succeed if the principals are adhered to by everyone, but that doesn't work in practice, because people are human and act in there own best interest not the interest of the state.

    Example, Chavez daughter has billions, how did this happen in a socialist state, from a father that started with nothing.

  2. When a leader ruins a country, the Venezuelan people have a right to a Maximilian response. Venezuelans should sharpen the guillotine for the Maduro leadership team.

  3. T
    he political party of Juan Guaido — Voluntad Popular (Popular Will) — was never all that popular to begin with. The sixth largest political party in Venezuela, Popular Will is heavily financed by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). Now, a recently exposed embezzlement scandal in Colombia risks to further alienate the party from the Venezuelan people.  Barrera is the sister-in-law of Popular Will member of Congress Sergio Vargara, Guaido’s right-hand man. She and Rojas were managing all the funds.  ojas and Berrera were spending nearly a thousand dollars at a time in the hotels and nightclubs. Similar amounts were spent at times on luxurious dinners and fancy drinks. They went on clothes shopping sprees at high-end retail outlets in the capital. They reportedly overcharged the fund on vehicle rentals and the hotels, making off with the extra cash. Berrera even told Popular Will that she was paying for all seven hotels, not just the two. And they provided Guaido with the fake figure of more than 1,450 military defectors that needed accommodation.  At least 60 percent of the food donated by foreign governments was damaged and rotten.  The U.S. want to remove the elected President and replace him with their puppet Juan Guaido.  Not meddling in Venezuela affairs for the U.S. oil corporations.

  4. Offer him immunity, a private island, and a lump some of money. Something we should've done in order to carry out regime change in the past regarding Libya, Syria, Iraq, etc.. US is on a fixed course for regime change and in a strange way it makes sense. It's going to happen no matter who is in office. Democracies and Republics rarely declare war on one another. Humanity can move forward together engaging in free trade and living is relative peace. It's the responsibility for the leader of the Free World to tip the balance in our favor. Otherwise China and/or Russia will in theirs. Welcome to geopolitics.

  5. I would actually love to bring him to the U.S. under protective custody if he’d be willing to speak out against socialism and Hugo Chavez several times a year at major American venues. I’d even be happy to support him at taxpayers expense for such a service.

  6. Well, they’re not “secret” anymore….are they?

    Got $100 that Lyin Donald authorized leaking the info…he desperately needs some good news. Loser!

    Worst President, ever!


  8. The US did the same in Congo 20 years ago. Congo natural resources are being stolen by the US. Is that freedom, democracy or rule of law?


  10. He will stall as much as he can like the korean , iranians, russians and chinese do maybe its true the people need more resources who knows anymore

  11. No aid for Venezuela. Venezuelan voters were seduced by strongmen Hugo Chavez and Nicholas Maduro, who promised that socialism would bring prosperity. Venezuelans crashed their country onto rocks with their pursuit of free stuff.

  12. jet disappears over the caribbean with all hands assumed lost. mysteriously, russian aircraft were also sighted in the vicinity prior to the event. no wreckage found…

  13. Mr. President, haven't we screwed up enough countries with our meddling? Let Venezuela deal with its own problems. And if the Chinese and Russians want to intervene, let them. Venezuela is the new Afghanistan and we know what happened to the Russians and ourselves in that snakepit of a country.

  14. Maduro exit after India minister visit🤔.
    So maduro isn't alive anymore? What did India do to Venezuela? Involved swastika-islamic-communist regime ideologies.

  15. Lol…how stupid must their target audience be: "the Russians and the Cubans have forced Maduro to stay in power".

  16. The USA will provide him w sanctuary and tons more cash to last him a lifetime while he lives The High Life in a mansion somewhere

  17. No talks regarding sending Venezuela our traitorous Democrats? Burnout would excel if he had the chance to milk the poor.

  18. Fox full of Crap, they said the last time that he had a plane ready to whisk him out of the Country and Maduro still there, America you have lost , not only with Venezuela but also with NK and going to lose to Iran, Thank the lord for Russia and China.

  19. The foolish remains foolish. Maduro ain't going nowhere, it's only a US wish and dream for him to leave but it ain't gonna happen as long Russia, Cuba, Iran, and China are alive. Those days of overthrowing governments around the globe through military power are over. Veznuella is armed to the teeth and will be supported militarily by Russia, Iran, China, and Cuba. A good lesson for the US was in Georgia 2008, Syria 2015, and Ukraine 2013 where Russia obliterated their proxies.


  21. The Venezuelan oil industry was nationalized in 1976, long before Chavez or Maduro came to power. According to one Fox News economist, about 70 percent of businesses are in private hands. It is a mixed economy and was intentionally NOT based on the old Soviet model where the state controls all means of production because as Castro famously told Chavez, it is “not 1960 anymore” and he, interestingly, urged him to keep the majority of businesses under private ownership (even Cuba now allows small businesses like beauty shops to operate). Corruption and mismanagement have plagued the country under both right and left leaning governments, but it was the huge drop in oil prices which set the stage for the hyperinflation Venezuela now struggles with. Chavez had initially set up a sovereign wealth fund to help Venezuela deal with the boom and bust cycle of the energy business but then dismantled it when oil prices skyrocketed, and everyone thought that with “peak oil”, prices would continue to escalate. This mistake combined with Venezuela’s reliance on the sale of oil for the majority of its revenue and more recently, the crippling economic sanctions, have all contributed to the crisis it now faces. I have visited Venezuela, and it is a beautiful country with a vibrant culture, and I’m a big fan of their innovative El Sistema music education system (I regularly perform with a superb musician from Venezuela who was trained under this program) so fervently hope that there will be a negotiated rather than a military solution….

  22. THE NEXT devils' TRICK ON MADURO; B. 4 ABDUCT TRY BY CIA; Just another try to brand him a 'PUNK, TRAITOR, SNEAK, Crook- as all of them are. NOTE How they put his name in w/Idi, Qadhafi, such …(UNIV. LIARS! FOX NEWS N.W.O. OWNED!!)

  23. FAKE NEWS. there was negotiations but wasnt about maduro's exit. If thats all USA got he wil be president for a long time to come. There was a meeting in moscow. VP and the defense minister of venezeula was there also. Moscow plans to send 2 warships to help with the USA aggression in venezulas waters. in whichj Fox failed to report.

  24. Sicked and tired of this regime change. Haven't we learned anything? Let those people make the initiatives to start the change. Let them rot if they don't change.

  25. Pelosi, Cortez, Bernie and the other loony liberals would give Maduro a warm hero's welcome if he relocated to America.

  26. "For the good of the Venezualan people" Haha! No one actually believes these lies though. And with their investments in the country I doubt China and Russia will let the US invade and pillage as they always do.

  27. Maduro could exile to California and be our governor. The Democrats here would love and welcome him here. Communal apartments are already a thing here.

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