Bolivian President Morales has gotten attention around the world because of moves to redistribute wealth from the rich to the indigenous poor. In fact, he is the country’s first popularly-elected indigenous president.
Morales’ policies have won him praise in some circles, but he’s also made some powerful enemies. Recently, his government said he was the target of an assassination plot.
Morales joins Worldfocus’ Ivette Feliciano to discuss the assassination plot, why he chose to expel U.S. Ambassador Philip Goldberg and the future of U.S.-Bolivian relations.
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