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Trump's Secretary Of State Slams Jeremy Corbyn's 'Disgusting' Support For Nicolás Maduro

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US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has attacked Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn for his "disgusting" support for Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro. Speaking during a visit to Westminster on Wednesday, Pompeo said "it is disgusting to see leaders in not only the United Kingdom but in the United States as well who continue to support the murderous dictator Maduro." Corbyn has previously expressed support for the left-wing leader of Venezuela and criticized US moves against the South American country's government.

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