Podcast: What’s Next in Venezuela

Venezuela’s socialist dictator, Nicolas Maduro, is facing heavy pressure to resign after having destroyed the economy and rigging an election for himself. His opponent, backed by the United States, is now declaring himself to be president. Ana Quintana, The Heritage Foundation’s Latin America expert, discusses the unfolding situation. Plus: We debate over Tom Brady, the oldest NFL quarterback, and whether any good American can be a Patriots fan.

We also cover these stories:

  • A Senate bill that would fund the border wall and reopen the government fails.
  • The State of the Union is TBD. President Donald Trump announced he’ll wait until after the shutdown to deliver the annual address.
  • A Tennessee lawmaker is looking to tighten up the dress code on public school campuses—for parents.

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