FILE - In this Feb. 12, 2019 file photo, Venezuelans living in Colombia protest the government of Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro, and its blocking the entry of humanitarian aid, in Cucuta, Colombia, on the border with Venezuela. The sign reads in Spanish "Urgent. The entry of humanitarian help is needed now. There are Venezuelans at risk of dying." (AP Photo/Fernando Vergara, File)

Mary O'Grady, "The America's" Columnist for The Wall Street Journal, joined Brian Kilmeade to discuss the latest on the power struggle in Venezuela and its impact on the region.

Plus, Mary details the story of Andrés Felipe Arias, who was once on track to succeed Álvaro Uribe as President of Columbia until the U.S. Justice Department offered him up for extradition with the hope that Columbia would turn over drug kingpins in exchange.

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Click the articles below to find out more the plight of Andrés Felipe Arias

Takedown of a Candidate, Bogotá

A Senseless Extradition

A Cynical Trade With Colombia