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Maduro Tells Jorge Ramos: New Yorkers Have to Eat Garbage Like Venezuelans, Too


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Summary

The full video reveals that Maduro also accused Ramos of insufficiently criticizing the United States government, lying about the existence of political prisoners in the country, and claiming non-governmental organizations (NGOs) like Human Rights Watch are imperialist tools to undermine the Bolivarian Revolution.Ramos enters the interview with a confrontational question, asking Maduro how he would like Ramos to refer to him since he is not the legitimate head of state of Venezuela.“I only have one name,” Maduro responds, adding that he “legitimately arrived” at the presidency “by the popular vote … even if your network may show us as a corralled minority.”The opposition, Maduro railed, “has a serious identity problem because they only recognize election results when they win.”When Ramos challenges this claim by citing proof of irregularities in nearly every election since Maduro took power, Maduro attacks Ramos personally.“You have a position against the Bolivarian Revolution. “You are not a journalist, you know that … accept your role as an opposition militant.”Maduro then claims that he accepted to speak to Ramos “because I knew it would be like this” and equates him with alleged Venezuelans in the United States who want “an invasion.”Ramos attempts to shift gears by identifying concrete objections Venezuelans have to Maduro being president.“There are still millions of Venezuelans who do not see you as legitimate, first of all because of election fraud and, second, because of the murders they ascribe to you,” Ramos noted.“It’s pretty grave of you to accuse me of murder,” Maduro replies.Ramos then noted that former members of his regime, not Ramos himself, make those claims.

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