Diosdado Cabello attacked Colombia's president for talking about “change” in Venezuela.

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Diostado Cabello this Wednesday attacked Colombian Foreign Minister Luis Gilberto Murillo for talking about the “peaceful transition” of Gustavo Pedro after the presidential election in Venezuela.


During the broadcast of his program, Cabello was “surprised” by the Colombian minister's statements and accused him of being a “US official”. Additionally, he said Murillo's words were “very rude.”

“Really? Seriously Mr. Chancellor? Who sent you to talk about it, your president of Colombia or your president?” Who do you work for? “There is only change for socialism,” he opined.

“It's a North American official, because they're talking to the opposition here, 'Chavismo is ready to talk about a change because they want to deliver.' Should we provide? Mr. President, don't even take care of the internal affairs of Venezuela. That statement is unfriendly. We know that he is from there, and that's why he was appointed by them. They removed the principal and appointed him to carry out these measures. These people are brave and can't say anything,” he added.

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