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Ex-Bodyguard For Hugo Chavez Now Lives In A Florida Mansion

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Alejandro Andrade, former bodyguard to Hugo Chavez enjoy a life far from the hardships in Venezuela

 

In a large house on Sunnyland Lane, deep in Wellington’s exclusive horse country, Alejandro Andrade and his family enjoy a life far from the hardships faced today by people in their home country of Venezuela.

Andrade, a former bodyguard to late president Hugo Chavez before rising to the rank of Venezuela’s national treasurer, has lived since at least 2012 in a 9,000-square-foot house with five bedrooms, marble floors and a swimming pool a few miles from the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center.

The six-acre spread in the gated Palm Beach Point development also ...

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Carmen Yulín Cruz Seriously Considering Run For Governor Of Puerto Rico

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Although she didn’t officially announce her campaign, a Primera Hora interview with San Juan mayor Carmen Yulín Cruz published on Tuesday said that she will very likely running for governor of Puerto Rico in 2020, either as the official nominee of the Popular Democratic Party (PPD) or through a new organization.

“The answer to that question is yes… there is an evaluation process that has not closed the doors to a candidacy for governor,” Yulín Cruz said in Spanish. “But it will be for something different. To transform the country. It won’t be for more of the same. It will be to create alliances, to open up new spaces…”...

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Trump’s Attempts To End DACA Program Rejected By A Third Federal Judge

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A third federal judge on Tuesday ruled against the Trump administration’s campaign to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program for young immigrants living in the country illegally, ordering the administration not only to continue processing applications but also to resume accepting new ones.

U.S. District Judge John Bates of the District of Columbia was withering in his 60-page ruling, calling the administration’s attempts to end the program “arbitrary,” “capricious,” “virtually unexplained” and “unlawful.”

Bates stayed the ruling for 90 days to give the Department of Homeland Security time to come up with better arguments for scrapping the program, known as DACA. If it doesn’t, he wrote, he will ...

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