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Rubio condemns social-media-star salt Bae after cooking Maduro mixes with Venezuela

Sen. Marco Rubio blasted salt Bae to the cook, appeared in a video with Nicolas Maduro.

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Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., social-media-star salt Bae sentenced on Monday after the Turkish cooking appeared in a video with the Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro in a restaurant.

Video posted on social media showed Maduro, whose socialist country in the middle of an economic disaster, eating expensive steak at one of the chef’s restaurants in Turkey.

Mientras tanto, el gobernante de Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro visita al reconocido chef, salt Bae, en Turquía y disfruta de un delicioso manjar junto a la “primera combatiente” Cilia Flores. #DimeAlgo pic.twitter.com/tGieG9GV8J

— Yusnaby Pérez (@Yusnaby) September 17, 2018

“I don’t know who this weirdo #Saltbae is, but the guy, he is so proud to host is not the President of #Venezuela,” Rubio wrote in a tweet. “Actually, it is the overweight dictator in a nation where 30% of the people eat only once a day & small children suffer from malnutrition.”

I don’t know who this weirdo #Saltbae is, but the guy, he is so proud to host is not the President of #Venezuela. Actually, it is the overweight dictator in a nation where 30% of the people eat only once a day & small children suffer from malnutrition. https://t.co/sSNPK9cAAx

— Marco Rubio (@marcorubio) September 18, 2018

Salt Bae, whose real name is Nusret Gokce, phone calls, meet with Maduro is a “once-in-a-lifetime moment,” says The Independent. Maduro also Smoking a cigar, with his wife, Cilia Flores.

“This guy, admires the dictator @Nicolas Maduro so much, in fact, a steakhouse in, of all places, #Miami,” Rubio, wrote to add a restaurant, a phone number for anyone who wanted to complain.

This guy @nusr_ett who admired the dictator @Nicolas Maduro so much, in fact, a steakhouse in, of all places, #Miami. It is NUSR-ET STEAKHOUSE in MIAMI is located at 999 Brickell Avenue, Miami, FL 33131
The phone number is 1 305 415 9990 if someone wanted to call. https://t.co/7CDkgHVZWh

— Marco Rubio (@marcorubio) September 18, 2018

Maduro, the pit-stop made on the way back from China.

Venezuela was once among Latin America’s richest Nations, and holds the world’s largest proven oil reserves. However, the recent decline in oil prices, accompanied by corruption and economic mismanagement under two decades, the left socialist regime, the economy is in crisis.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

Ryan Gaydos is an editor for Fox News. Follow him on Twitter @RyanGaydos.

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