It was only after the press conference on the crisis in Venezuela as the national security advisor John Bolton nedkrafsade note on the block was discovered, when zoomed in on the images. ”5,000 troops to Colombia,” (5.000 troops to Colombia), he had written by hand in the block, which he held in his arms, with the text facing outward. He might have inadvertently revealed:AMERICA's plans, according to the Washington Post.
president Nicolás Maduro, who is suspected to have cheated in the last election and with the violence remain in power, to step down in favor of the opposition, Juan Guaidó, who proclaimed himself president and was sworn into parliament last week.
the united states has recognized Juan Guaidó as the legitimate leader, and many world leaders have set a ultimatum to the Court to declare a new election, and that otherwise will admit Guaidó as the country's legitimate president.
During the press conference announced the White house sanctions against the Venezuelan oil industry as it takes to further increase the pressure on Maduro.
a military intervention in Venezuela.
"the President has made it clear that all options are on the table," he said, according to AFP.
According to officials speaking anonymously to the AFP, however, there is no evidence to suggest that one is preparing to put into american millitär by Venezuela's neighbour Colombia.
the U.S. department of defense the Pentagon has not wanted to answer questions, but referred to the White house.
On Bolton's notepad, it was also ”Afghanistan welcomes the talks” a reference to a possible breakthrough in the discussions with the taliban.