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in a speech on Tuesday US vice president Mike pence we'll try to persuade Venezuela's military to turn on their leader that's according to a senior administration official who told Reuters that pence's address at the state department will offer incentives for soldiers to switch sides and warnings to read as well and magistrates who don't people in Venezuela are seeking to reclaim freedom and democracy in their nation , socialism and oppression the US supported opposition leader Quang why does call last week to overthrow socialist president Nicolas Maduro but the White House watched in frustration as anti government protests petered out and my little appeared firmly in control of the armed forces the presence made clear that no options off the table we U. S. administration repeatedly said it was considering different ways to achieve a peaceful transition of power but offered few specifics pence's speech Tuesday will show the administration trying to regain its footing on the issue the vice president is also expected to offer new assistance for Venezuelans who have fled the oil rich nation which has been plagued with hyperinflation and shortages of food water and medicine