PBS NewsHour full episode Jan. 14, 2019


Monday on the NewsHour, President Trump denies being a Russian agent, in response to a report by The New York Times that the FBI investigated his motives after he fired James Comey. Plus: Reactions to the latest developments in the Mueller investigation, day 24 of the government shutdown, why it’s a “tough time” to be a farmer, a Los Angeles teachers’ strike, Politics Monday and much more.

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