Venezuela's Maduro calls U.S. sanctions an honor, thanks Trump

CARACAS (Reuters) - Venezuela's socialist President Nicolas Maduro on Tuesday said U.S. sanctions on his wife and key allies were an honor coming from his ideological foe Donald Trump. 'Thank you Donald Trump,' Maduro said during a broadcast on state television

Reuters September 26, 2018 00:06:46 IST
Venezuela's Maduro calls U.S. sanctions an honor, thanks Trump

Venezuelas Maduro calls US sanctions an honor thanks Trump

CARACAS (Reuters) - Venezuela's socialist President Nicolas Maduro on Tuesday said U.S. sanctions on his wife and key allies were an honor coming from his ideological foe Donald Trump.

"Thank you Donald Trump," Maduro said during a broadcast on state television.

(Reporting by Alexandra Ulmer)

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