Bolivia and the U.S. still aren't getting along.
Bolivia, a massive coca producer, has accused the U.S. of fomenting unrest in an effort to overthrow the president.
The thing is, Bolivians haven’t been too happy lately with their government.
Some have marched in protest of a massive road the government wants to build through the rainforest where they live. Others are angry about poor infrastructure and housing, and recently blocked roads and burned tires in the capital, La Paz.
But Morales is convinced the superpower is behind it.
A Bolivian official said that the U.S. aid agency, USAID, was helping to destabilize the government and should be expelled from the country for its secret efforts.
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