NORTHWEST MIAMI-DADE, FLA. (WSVN) - Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó stumped for support at a rally in South Florida.

Guaidó spoke at the event held at the Miami Airport Convention Center, located along Northwest 72nd Avenue in Northwest Miami-Dade, Saturday afternoon.

The 36-year-old warned about what he described as Nicolás Maduro’s dangerous regime and discussed the struggles facing the Venezuelan people.

“Latin Americans united for a cause: the cause of freedom and democracy,” said Guaidó in Spanish. “Here we are, with our heads held high. Here we are on our feet. Here we are fighting for what we want, for what we believe, for what we can do as Venezuelans.”

Despite being considered the legitimate leader of Venezuela by more than 50 countries, Guaidó has failed to seize the presidency from Maduro.

Guaidó said he’s determined to keep rallying the opposition and leading street protests in Venezuela.

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