Sen. Bernie Sanders Bernie Sanders Juan Williams: Honesty, Homophobia and Mayor Pete Democrats Fails When Iowa Points to Chaotic Race Democrats Discuss How to Defeat Trump: Fight or Heal MORE (I-Vt.) Is on Monday joined "The US must call for an end to violence and support the democratic institutions of Bolivia," said Sanders, a leading presidential candidate for 2020 in a tweet.
I am very concerned about a seeming coup d'état in Bolivia, where the military intervened after weeks of political unrest to remove President Evo Morales. The US must demand an end to violence and support the democratic institutions of Bolivia.
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The Organization of American States, which reported the electoral irregularities for which Bolivia's military demanded Morale's resignation, declined to announce the president's resignation on Sunday as a coup to call.
President Trump Donald John TrumpThis week: House launches public phase of impeachment investigation Impeachment Week: Trump Probe Meets Crucial Point Judd Gregg: The Big, Big and Big Problem MORE spoke out for Morales "The United States We welcome the Bolivian people for calling for freedom and the Bolivian military for complying with his oath, not just a person, but to protect Bolivia's constitution, "Trump said in his condemnation of Morales's resignation from Reps. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Alexandria Ocasio-CortezThe Memo: Bloomberg's 2020 moves hassle Democrats Sanders: Potential Bloomberg Run shows "Arrogance of Billionaire Sorrento, Ocasio-Cortez" See "Class Solidarity" in the Bezos report asked Bloomberg MORE (NY) and Ilhan Omar to head Ilhan OmarBloomberg should drive Warren into the middle – but Jus does not deny Democrats that advanced Democrats have to contend with eligibility. The Hill's Campaign Report: Bloomberg wants to turn the democratic race on its head. MORE (Minn.), Two progressive newcomers Democrats who also supported the Vermont Senate in his bid for the White House for 2020 19659004] "There is a word for the president of a country that is driven out by the military It's called coup, "Omar tweeted on Sunday.
There is a word for the president of a country that is driven out by the military. It's called coup.
We must clearly speak out against political violence in Bolivia. The Bolivians deserve to be free and have fair elections.
– Ilhan Omar (@IlhanMN) November 10, 2019
What is happening in Bolivia is not democracy, it's a coup d'état.
The people of Bolivia deserve freedom, fairness and peaceful elections – no violent takeovers.
– Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (@AOC) November 11, 2019