The thick eyebrows were known from another age, even if the crown was a ball, and the new State Department rent admitted he had not worked there for 30 years. after the administration of Donald Trump and European leaders on Saturday continues to increase the pressure on Socialist President Nicholas Maduro to step down from the leadership of the country that has entered the deepening crisis. a meeting of the UN Security Council in New York on Saturday, during which Pompeo will urge members to join the United States by declaring Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaydo a legitimate head of state. of political action in the region as the ghost of past administrations. Even if he did not explicitly chase Latin America and Congress, Trump's White House obviously does not care if they are frightened.
Abrams was widely remembered in Central America, but especially since his time in the Reagan administration, when he tried to slaughter the slaughter of a thousand men, women and children of US-funded death squads in El Salvador when he was an assistant . The Secretary of State for Human Rights
He dismissed the reports as communist propaganda and insisted: "The El Salvador administration document is an incredible achievement." Nicaragua behind Congress, which had cut off funding. Then twice lied to Congress about his role. He pleaded guilty to both cases in 1
This is not enough to erase his reputation as an assistant secretary of dirty wars. The message sent by his return to the top rank of US diplomacy will not be missed in Caracas. Both Vice President Mike Pens and National Security Adviser John Bolton recently repeated the idea of Monroe's 19th-century doctrine that Latin America, which is on the doorstep of the United States, is not covered by the general unattended administration.
In the case of North and South America, Pence suggested earlier this week, Trump is ready to intervene for the right reasons. "President Trump has always had a completely different view of our hemisphere," Pens told Fox. News. "He has long understood that the United States has a special responsibility to support and sustain democracy and freedom in this hemisphere, and this is a longstanding tradition."
This approach opened the door of the neoconservative veteran like Abrams, now 70 years old. already approached the administration in the very beginning. He was preparing to be appointed Deputy to Trump Rex Tillerson's first Secretary of State when Trump understood what Abrams had said about him during the presidential campaign and vetoed the appointment. Abrams wrote a comment in the summer of 2016 that the Republican Party "has designated someone who can not win and should not be the president of the United States."
The article in the weekly standard was titled "When You Can not Resist Your Candidate."
Yesterday, everything that was forgotten, and Abrams, who was standing with Tillerson's successor Mike Pompeo, said, "It's very nice to come back. he added. – And I can not wait to start working on it