Ex-Bolivian President On Fox 31 Show Bars Tough Questions

You’re a former South American head of state who has been exiled by a popular uprising. You have been accused of murder by various human rights groups. You live a comfortable life in the United States away from pending legal actions in your former homeland.

What do you do next?

Apparently, one answer is to appear on nighttime news programs in local areas to talk politics, as happened more than a week ago when former Bolivian President Gonzalo “Goni” S

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