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Trump: If you want to invade Venezuela, you will send a team of troops instead of two mercenaries

President Donald Trump gestures during a White House National Day of Prayer Service in the Rose Garden of the White House, Thursday, May 7, 2020, in Washington. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

Venezuela recently arrested two American citizens and exposed them as mercenaries, accusing them of attempting to assist in the coup plot and invasion. President Trump has denied for days that his government is behind the scenes. In a telephone interview with Fox News on Fox News on Friday, he claimed that if he were to invade Venezuela, he would send an entire army instead of two mercenaries.

Trump said that if he decides to send troops to invade Venezuela, he will do it with fairness and integrity, rather than acting secretly. He said: “If I want to enter, I will enter, they will not be able to parry, they will turn around. I will not send a small group of people, but will send a team of troops. I don’t know much about that matter, enter I went to a rogue organization, there are many Venezuelans, I believe there are people from other countries. “

Venezuelan law enforcement officers recently arrested 13 people, including two Americans, more than 60 kilometers west of the capital Caracas. Denman and Bailey. The local television station later broadcast footage, and Denman said to the camera that Trump directed the operation to assist the Venezuelans to seize control of the country.

Trump said: “I don’t know anything about it. The government has nothing to do with this matter. I want to investigate what happened, but if we want to do something with Venezuela, it won’t be this way.” He also quoted Secretary of State Pompeo said earlier that the United States will use all means to rescue arrested American citizens.

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