President Donald J. Trump visited Florida International University on Monday afternoon to talk about the humanitarian crisis in Venezuela. Several hundred protesters turned out to meet him. The demonstrations started at about 8 a.m. when a man later identified as Diego Tintorero climbed a crane
Venezuela, the country with the biggest oil reserves in the world, is now undergoing an economic crisis, with its main oil company, Petroleos de Venezuela, S.A., on the verge of bankruptcy. According to a report by Rystad Energy, an energy research company, Venezuela’s production could fall to 700,000 barrels
(Video: Reporter Ariel Cipolla & Camera Christina van Putte / SFNS) As the larger Florida International University community prepares for President Donald Trump's arrival Monday afternoon, follow South Florida News Service's team coverage. We will be on campus and off, giving you the latest developments on this historic event.
President Donald Trump is visiting Florida International University on Monday to deliver a speech on the ongoing crisis in Venezuela, bringing international attention to the university. The president plans to discuss his support for interim President Juan Guaidó at the university’s Modesto A. Maidique campus, which is located near
Florida International University students, staff and police are preparing for President Donald Trump’s visit Monday to speak about the current crisis in Venezuela. Here’s a list of things to keep in mind before the president arrives: The speech is at 4 p.m. and will take place in the FIU
With President Donald Trump speaking Monday on the FIU campus about Venezuela, speculation is swirling in the nation’s capital about the details of that speech. The White House has been largely mum on the issue, saying little more than he will speak in support of Venezuelan National Assembly President