December 2, 2023

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Republican debate: Ron DeSantis and Nikki Haley ask not to lift sanctions on Nicolas Maduro’s regime

Republican debate: Ron DeSantis and Nikki Haley ask not to lift sanctions on Nicolas Maduro’s regime
Ron DeSantis and Nikki Haley asked not to lift sanctions on Nicolas Maduro’s regime. (REUTERS/Marco Bello)

Republican candidate for the White House Ron DeSantis If the president of, he indicated this Wednesday America To be re-imposed Sanctions on Venezuela“A country that should not be dependent on the United States for oil supplies,” he agreed, was a role model Nikki HaleyIn addition to the risk posed by China.

During the third Republican debate held in MiamiThe Florida governor said “Tighten the nuts” to the regime Nicolás Maduro You shall not trade with it.”Corrupt dictatorial rule“, and choose instead Energy independence.

In this regard, the former US ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley Agreed with DeSantis and noted that Country “must not get dirty oil”He also supported economic sanctions against Maduro.

He also cautioned that the recent approval may favor some 500,000 Venezuelans of Immigration permit Known as Temporary protected status (TBS).

During the third election debate, all five presidential candidates addressed the threat posed ChinaAccording to Haley there is a country The largest naval fleet in the world Hence, emphasized Modernize the US military With technology and artificial intelligence.

During the third meeting of the candidates for the White House, the Florida governor said that the Venezuelan dictatorship must be “tightened” and that the “corrupt regime” should not do business. (REUTERS/Mike Shekar)

For his part, former New Jersey Gov Chris Christie Bet on Nuclear submarines. “We must increase our naval power quietly and efficientlysaid the presidential candidate.

Businessman Vivek Ramasamy He said the country needs to increase its naval capacity by 20% in the coming years and wants to ban American companies from doing business with China.

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Senator Tim Scott Agreed with the rest in banning the stage TikTokDeSantis pointed out that the fight against China is not only economic but “cultural” as well.

“We will win, they will be defeated,” warned the Florida governor, second in voting intentions according to polls, although far from the party’s main favorite, former President Donald Trump (2017-2021).

Florida Governor, Ron DeSantisand former US ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley They began their participation in the third Republican debate with criticism Donald TrumpThey promised He is not the president America needs right now.

Donald Trump was largely absent from the debate. (REUTERS/Octavio Jones)

Donald Trump is a very different person than he was in 2016″DeSantis, referring to the former president’s first presidential campaign, blamed the former president for the poor results for Republicans on Tuesday’s election day in his inaugural address.

I’m sorry the Republicans were defeated.“The Florida governor added that he regretted that the former president had not participated in any of the three debates to date in this primary process.

He should explain to you why he wants another chance.“DeSantis told the assessor Lester Holtof the chain NBC News.

In turn, Haley did not hold back from criticizing the former head of state, who “The right president at the right time”.

I don’t think he’s the right president right now.” said Haley, the third person to vote, who also blamed Trump Increase the national debt.

Meanwhile, former New Jersey Gov Chris Christie pointed out that Trump will spend the next year in court Instead of focusing on the country’s problems while being a businessman, he has to respond to the four criminal activities he faces Vivek Ramasamy And the senator Tim Scott They avoided direct attacks on the former president.

“Donald Trump is a very different person than he was in 2016,” DeSantis said, referring to the former president’s first presidential campaign. (REUTERS/Octavio Jones)

He Adrian Arsht Center The third was held Wednesday in Miami, Florida’s southernmost city Republican Debate Participation of five candidates and major absences Donald TrumpWho wants to host a parallel event Hyalea12 km from the event venue.

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According to polls, the former president is growing his campaign amid a complicated legal situation.

Knowing that the focus of national politics this Wednesday was on Florida, there are more registered Republicans than Democrats. Democratic National Committee Along with bilingual ads (English and Spanish) in the southern counties of Miami-Dade and Broward, there were other mobile billboards spread near the Adrian Arsht Center.

(With information from EFE and AFP)