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Nicolas Maduro's English has become an internet joke

Nicolas Maduro's English has become an internet joke

venezuela dictator, Nicolas MaduroHe became an internet joke on Tuesday, after his failed attempt to send a message in English to US President Joe Biden.

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“I ask negotiators to convey to President Biden the following message:”If you want, I wantMaduro said live on state television. “”If you don't want to, I don't want to“”

It remains to be seen whether Biden understood, but what Maduro meant was: “If you want it, I want it; If you don't want it, I don't want it.”

The failed attempt sparked laughter from the audience in the hall. Not only that. The Internet has not forgiven the dictator's gaffe.

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Netizens made jokes all day Tuesday. When sharing the video, news portal RN Reacción Nacional wrote: “Nicolas Maduro’s donkey, schoolboy [Gustavo] Petro sends a message to Biden in English: 'Aiyu guan ai guan, aiuyu du gua ai du guan“”.

“I hope one day I can speak English to Maduro,” one netizen wrote. Honduran channel CHTV posted: “Nicolas Maduro makes fun of himself when he tries to send a message to US President Joe Biden in English.”

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Nicolas Maduro's message in English comes two days after the United States imposed the return of sanctions on Venezuela

Maduro's “message” to the North American president came two days after the United States imposed the return of sanctions on Venezuela.

The dictator said that his country would continue its “economic path,” with or without American licenses.

“We will continue, with permission, without authorization,” Maduro said, still delivering his speech. “We are not an American colony. Venezuela will continue its economic path. No one, gentlemen from the United States, will stop us.”

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