Venezuela is going to shop around for other buyers of its crude oil, should the United States make good on its threat to impose an oil embargo on the troubled Latin American country, President Nicolas Maduro said on Thursday. Those comments come after U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson’s Latin American tour that was supposed to garner support for the United States’ stance on Maduro’s oppressive regime. “If the US puts an oil embargo on us, we will take our boat and go somewhere else,” Maduro said. While in Argentina, according to Telesur, Tillerson sought support for a full embargo from Argentinian leadership. A full oil embargo on the socialist nation had originally been discussed with Argentina back in November. At that time, Argentina was one of the first Latin American countries to openly support such a bold move. “I think we should go to a full oil embargo,” […]