Transcript for Venezuelan interim president set to return home
Next to the looming showdown in Venezuela. Juan guaido, returning to the country as early as tomorrow after visiting with other foreign leaders and calling for protests. Will he be arrested at the border? What embattled president maduro told us. Could this be Venezuela's turning point? Here's Jennifer Eccleston. Reporter: Leaders around the world warning Nicolas maduro to be careful, that any attempt to arrest Juan guaido could be a turning point. Maduro's government issued a travel ban on guaido, recognized by the U.S. And more than 50 other nations as the real leader of Venezuela. He tried pushing U.S. Aid into the starving nation, but maduro blocked that with the military, leading to clashes. He told Tom llamas just last week, guaido violated the law. Will you allow Mr. Guaido back into Venezuela? Translator: He can come and go. He will have to face justice and justice prohibited him from leaving the country. I will respect the laws. Do you think guaido is a criminal? Will you arrest him? Translator: I follow the rules of the law. No one can be above the law. In this case, Mr. Guaido has to answer for justice, not before me. Reporter: This weekend, the U.S. Telling him that any measure that could put at risk Juan guaido's safety would meet the firm condemnation of the international community. Guaido has spent the last week shoring up support, including meeting with vice president Mike pence. Tonight, tweeting from Ecuador, guaido says he's on the way home, and is using supporters to take to the streets tomorrow. Tom? Jennifer, thank you. Next to miracle survival of two little girls who went
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