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Remember national security adviser John Bolton’s note saying “5,000 troops to Colombia”? Colombian President Ivan Duque Marquez doesn’t.
He was asked about it during a Fox News interview Wednesday.
The article goes on to state the following:
“National security adviser John Bolton, had this pad — and I’m sure you’re aware of it. Had a briefing, in which it said on there ‘5,000 U.S. troops to Colombia.’ So have you seen any additional U.S. troops? Have they been requested or sent to your country?” anchor Brett Baier asked.
Marquez said there has been no such move.
“No we have not. We have not received 5,000 troops,” Marquez replied. “I mean, I’m not good at reading notepads and I said yesterday — said today to John Bolton. But what I think, more than what the notepad said, is that the whole world needs to be united to call for the end of the dictatorship in Venezuela.”
Colombian president addresses John Bolton’s ‘5,000 troops’ note https://t.co/bl5dDMAMaj
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) February 14, 2019
‘5,000 troops’: Photo of John Bolton’s notes raise questions about military role in Venezuela crisis https://t.co/K1Rm4InSom
— André Quesnel (@Andre_Quesnel) February 13, 2019
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