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then as well as embattled president on Friday balked at the truckloads of US backed food and medicine sent to his country claiming Venezuela was not suffering a humanitarian crisis speaking to reporters and government officials presidents Nicolas Maduro said the aid should instead be given to Colombians since Venezuelans quote don't bag , humanitarian aid arrived at the Venezuelan border with Colombia Thursday but my Littles message was clear state out his government's blocked a border road effectively preventing the aid from getting to Venezuelans but well my Boudreau says Venezuela doesn't need aid Venezuelans crossing over into Columbia desperately seeking food paint a different picture , he says the Venezuela does not need anything but Maduro should put himself in the shoes of the poor he's eating his three meals the poor sometimes have breakfast and if we have lunch we don't have supper the dire situation has fueled a political crisis in the country that has less motherhood all fighting to stay in power after the opposition leader Quang why DO to clear himself interim president a move that more than forty nations including the US and European powers have backed