April 26, 2022

Is the U.S. ignoring Russia's sabre rattling too much?

By Jeffrey Edmonds

Russia's nuclear saber rattling has not succeeded so far in deterring the West - but should countries like the U.S. be more concerned? Jeffrey Edmonds joins Chuck Todd to discuss.

Watch the interview from Meet the Press.

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