U.S. President Donald Trump is considering imposing sanctions on companies from other countries that do business with Venezuela to cut off revenues to President Nicolas Maduro, Trump’s national security adviser John Bolton told Reuters TV on Friday. U.S. National Security  “We’re moving exactly in that direction,” Bolton said when asked whether Trump would consider what are known as “secondary sanctions.” “We are even now looking at a series of additional steps we could take,” Bolton said in the interview. The United States and most other Western countries have thrown their backing behind Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido, who invoked the constitution in January to declare himself interim president, arguing that Maduro’s 2018 re-election was illegitimate. Oil provides 90 percent of export revenue for OPEC member Venezuela. The […]