President Trump Touts “America’s Energy Dominance.” It’s more complicated than that.

Neighbors wait to receive bags with subsidized food distributed under a government program named "CLAP," in the Catia district of Caracas, Venezuela, Thursday, Jan. 31, 2019. An independent U.N. human rights monitor says economic sanctions are compounding a "grave crisis" in Venezuela.
Neighbors wait to receive bags with subsidized food distributed under a government program named "CLAP," in the Catia district of Caracas, Venezuela, Thursday, Jan. 31, 2019. An independent U.N. human rights monitor says economic sanctions are compounding a "grave crisis" in Venezuela. Rodrigo Abd / AP Photo
Neighbors wait to receive bags with subsidized food distributed under a government program named "CLAP," in the Catia district of Caracas, Venezuela, Thursday, Jan. 31, 2019. An independent U.N. human rights monitor says economic sanctions are compounding a "grave crisis" in Venezuela.
Neighbors wait to receive bags with subsidized food distributed under a government program named "CLAP," in the Catia district of Caracas, Venezuela, Thursday, Jan. 31, 2019. An independent U.N. human rights monitor says economic sanctions are compounding a "grave crisis" in Venezuela. Rodrigo Abd / AP Photo

President Trump Touts “America’s Energy Dominance.” It’s more complicated than that.

The Trump administration announced sanctions on Venezuelan oil imports, putting pressure on Venezuelan president Nicolás Maduro to resign. Energy analyst Antonia Juhasz says the sanctions are part of a strategy by the Trump administration to gain more control of the world’s oil, a strategy the administration calls “American Energy Dominance.” Juhasz joins Worldview to discuss the Trump administration’s oil policy in light of the sanctions on Venezuela.