Vice President Mike Pence will visit Miami’s Venezuelan enclave of Doral on Tuesday.
Vice President Mike Pence will visit Miami’s Venezuelan enclave of Doral on Tuesday. Victor R. Caivano AP
Vice President Mike Pence will visit Miami’s Venezuelan enclave of Doral on Tuesday. Victor R. Caivano AP

In Miami, Pence will try to escape long shadow of Trump’s military talk on Venezuela

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    "The Venezuelan people are starving and their country is collapsing," President Donald Trump stated before the United Nations on Sept. 19, 2017. He later called on other countries to do more to address the crisis in Venezuela under the dictatorship of Nicolas Maduro which "has inflicted terrible misery and suffering on the good people of that country."