El Salvador’s Bukele tells bitcoin-wary U.S. senators to stay out of internal affairs

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By Nelson Renteria MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – President Nayib Bukele on Wednesday asked U.S. senators to stay out of El Salvador’s “internal affairs” after they called for an investigation into the economic risks the United States faces due to the Central American country’s adoption of bitcoin as legal tender. Senators Jim Risch, Bill Cassidy and Bob Mendez asked the State Department to submit a report on the implementation of bitcoin in El Salvador with the purpose of assessing the risks it poses to the U.S. economy. “Ok boomers… You have 0 jurisdiction on a sovereign and independent nation,” Bu…

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