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After challenge to Maduro's legitimacy, what's next for Venezuela?

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Published on Jan 23, 2019

Amidst huge crowds of supporters in Caracas, Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó proclaimed himself interim president until new elections can be held. The Trump administration was quick to back Guaidó, and the country's nominal president, Nicolás Maduro, broke off U.S. relations as a result. Nick Schifrin reports on why this challenge may represent a "perfect storm" Maduro can't withstand.

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