Josh Holt has been released from a jail in Venezuela after spending almost two years behind bars on weapons charges.
The news of their release comes just days after Venezuela's presidential election.
Trump said Holt, 26, would be in Washington, D.C., Saturday evening at about 7 p.m.
Local News 8 and KIDK Eyewitness News will continue to update this story as more updates are released.
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Rubio also said Hatch had "worked tirelessly" for Holt's release.
In a statement posted on Twitter, Hatch's office said that Joshua Holt and his wife Thammy were en route to Washington from Caracas, and that he would soon be returned to his family. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., a member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, tweeted he is "very happy for Josh Holt & his family".
Hatch also thanked Sen.
In a harrowing recent Facebook post, Holt pleaded for help and for his life, from a Caracas jail. The U.S. government at first avoided ratcheting up public pressure on Venezuela amid already strained relations between the two countries, but eventually raised Holt's case to the highest levels of the Venezuela government. A week ago, the 7-year-old daughter of Candelo from a previous marriage arrived in the United States on a humanitarian visa to live with Joshua Holt's parents in Utah. The police said they found a hand grenade and automatic weapons at the home, but eyewitnesses to the arrest told the Miami Herald that the evidence had been planted. Venezuelan authorities accused him of stockpiling weapons and conspiring with "Los Sindicalistas", a Venezuelan paramilitary gang.
Holt's family said they were "grateful to all who participated in this miracle".