Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro (Nicolás Maduro) is in power, but many of the biggest voices calling for his overthrow are concentrated in Florida
United States. – Nicolás Maduro serves as President Venezuelan voices, and many of the most intense voices Call on him to overthrow Concentrated in one place: Florida.
A large number of Venezuelans and Cubans live in Florida, which is a key state for the 2020 White House campaign. As a result, in the United States, politically speaking, the crisis in this South American country has been politically felt.
One of the Venezuelans with the most Venezuelans living in Weston. Democrat Debbie Wasserman Schultz said: “Foreign policy is the domestic policy of South Florida.”
About 190,000 Venezuelans make Florida their home, many of them arrived in the past ten years, when their country fell into a political and economic crisis under Maduro and his predecessor Hugo Chávez (Hugo Chávez) .
These Venezuelans formed a common front with many Cuban Americans They saw similarities between what happened in the socialist government of Venezuela and what happened in Cuba. Cuban Americans-a powerful voting group in Florida-are also angry at Venezuela’s support for the Cuban government over the past two decades.
Cuban-American Republican Party representative Mario Díaz-Balart said: “This is the same cancer.”
The news about Venezuela is continuous news in South Florida. A video of Maduro enjoying a beef dinner prepared by a celebrity chef sparked a protest outside the Miami Chef restaurant in September. In 2017, former members of the Venezuelan government were confronted loudly by a group of exiles when they were found in a local restaurant.
Many Uber drivers posted messages such as “Pray for Venezuela” and ethnic baseball caps to tell passengers about Venezuelan architects, pilots or bankers, and blame Maduro for the problem.
Republican Senator Marco Rubio said: “If you live in Florida, you may have met or recognized people directly affected by this.” He is calling on Donald Trump to ask Madou Luo played a role in exerting pressure. “You can’t ignore it.”
The Cuban senator said that what happened in Venezuela could destabilize the region. Thus affecting the interests of the United States.
The President of the United States has not made friends with dictatorships in other regions, but he holds a strong stance on Maduro, who is called a dictator by him. Washington has imposed sanctions on the regime and supported Juan Guaido, the leader of the Venezuelan legislature who declared himself interim president.