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Guaidó returned to Venezuela last week after a 10-day absence and defying a travel ban imposed by the country’s Supreme Court controlled by disputed President Nicolás Maduro.
“We are here in Venezuela. We are stronger than ever,” Guaidó told reporters in Venezuela's capital of Caracas after landing at Simon Bolívar International Airport.
The 35-year-old National Assembly leader left Venezuela to visit Colombia, Brazil, Argentina and Ecuador in an effort to bring humanitarian aid into the country.
The chaos in socialist Venezuela continues as pro- and anti-government demonstrators clash over the leadership and legitimacy of the Maduro regime.
Guaidó has been recognized by the United States and some 50 other countries as the legitimate leader of Venezuela.
Watch Trish Regan's one-on-one exclusive interview with Guaidó on Monday at 8 p.m. ET on “Trish Regan Primetime” on FOX Business.