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Why Americans should care about Ukraine

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Russian President Vladimir Putin is once again trying to disrupt world order. It's a play he tried again and again, whether it's election interference, poisoning opposition leaders or invading other countries. MSNBCs Ayman Mohyeldin is joined by William Taylor, former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine to discuss whether we’re spending too much time trying to find a solution with Russia, and more importantly, why Americans should care.