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Sen. Rick Scott (R-FL): What is next for US-Venezuela policy? | LIVE STREAM

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Streamed live on Apr 11, 2019

Venezuela is in crisis. More than 94 percent of Venezuelans live in poverty and face widespread power outages, food scarcity, and medicine shortages. Venezuelan narco-dictator Nicolás Maduro continues to block efforts by the international community and interim President Juan Guaidó to restore stability and democracy. At the same time, US-led efforts to dislodge the illegitimate Maduro regime through economic sanctions and diplomatic pressure have yet to yield success.

Join AEI for a conversation with Sen. Rick Scott (R-FL) on the Venezuelan crisis, how it affects US interests, and what the United States and the world should do about it.

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