Trump Admits He Does Not Want To Get Too Involved in Venezuela

(TELESUR) – The U.S. President tacitly acknowledged the failure of the actions aimed at destabilizing Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro.

In a tactit reference to an eventual U.S. military action against Venezuela, President Donald Trump said Saturday that he does not want to get too involved in the Latin American country, although he also held that his tactics could “change at any time.”
In a press conference held at the G20 Summit in Osaka, Japan, Trump confessed that he had spoken about Venezuela “with almost every leader” with whom he met this week.

Asked whether it was time to reconsider his strategy towards the Bolivarian revolution, which he’s been incapable of overthrowing, Trump announced that he had five different strategies.

“We have a lot things in store… we don’t want to get involved to the extent you may be thinking, but we have a lot of alternatives, we have five different alternatives for Venezuela. We’ll see what happens.”

According to media reports, Trump talked about Venezuela during his G20 bilateral meetings with Russian President Vladimir Putin and Brazil’s President Jair Bolsonaro.