Monday on the NewsHour, President Trump again calls for Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro to resign, and we speak with Juan Guaido, whom the U.S. recognizes as interim leader. Plus: The consequences of the longest U.S. government shutdown ever, how presidents have altered the scope of executive power, Politics Monday, an Oscar soundtrack, the craze of tidying up and revisiting classical music.
WATCH TODAY’S SEGMENTS:
News Wrap: Activists protest Trump’s national emergency
Why Guaido says ‘Venezuela already decided for change’
Shutdown’s repercussions will be felt for ‘years to come’
Is expanding presidential power always bad for democracy?
Tamara Keith and Amy Walter on national emergency poll
Jazz musician Terence Blanchard on composing for film
‘Tidying Up’ sells Americans on the joy of decluttering
Why we should think differently about classical music
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