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Obama-era rule for suburban diversification revoked

01:43

Former US Attorney Joyce Vance joins Morning Joe to discuss the Department of Housing and Urban Development’s controversial move to reverse diversity in the suburbs, which Pres. Trump has seized on, stoking racial fears.