Venezuelan Ambassador Calms Oil Fears

By: Senior Capitol Correspondent Tim Skubick
By: Senior Capitol Correspondent Tim Skubick

The Bush White House and the Socialist President of Venezuela are exchanging negative comments, which could impact the shipment of crude oil to the United States which gets seven percent of its oil supplies from the South American country.

However, the country's ambassador to the America, in Lansing this week, is reassuring motorists that he does not expect any shut off of oil despite concerns in his country.

President Hugo Chevez has called Bush a "donkey" and an "assassin."

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