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Donald Trump tells Russia to get its troops out of Venezuela

Two Russian aviation based armed forces planes arrived outside Caracas on Saturday conveying almost 100 Russian troops. The U.S. government trusts the troops incorporate exceptional powers and cybersecurity work force.

“The United States views Russia’s arrival of military planes this weekend as an unwelcome provocation,” Mike Pence told reporters. (Doug Mills/The New York Times)


US President Donald Trump on Wednesday 
approached Russia to pull its troops from Venezuela and cautioned that "all choices" were available to getting that going. "Russia needs to get out," Trump told journalists in the Oval Office, where he met with Fabiana Rosales, the spouse of Venezuelan restriction pioneer Juan Guaido. 

Two Russian aviation based armed forces planes arrived outside Caracas on Saturday conveying almost 100 Russian troops. The U.S. government trusts the troops incorporate exceptional powers and cybersecurity work force. 


Asked how he would make Russian powers leave, Trump stated: "We'll see. All alternatives are open."

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