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Venezuela's Election Is a Foregone Conclusion. But What About the U.S. Response?

May 20, 2018 | 10:47 GMT
Henri Falcon, an opposition candidate in Venezuela's presidential elections, waves during the closing rally of his campaign ahead of the May 20 presidential election, which is largely expected to result in a win for the incumbent, President Nicolas Maduro.

Henri Falcon, an opposition candidate in Venezuela's presidential elections, waves during the closing rally of his campaign ahead of the May 20 presidential election, which is largely expected to result in a win for the incumbent, President Nicolas Maduro.

(FEDERICO PARRA/AFP/Getty Images)

President Nicolas Maduro and his administration have done whatever it takes to hold onto power in Venezuela. After the country's presidential election, the United States will start to consider heavier sanctions. ...

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