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Former ambassador: Trump’s tweets about Yovanovitch ‘reprehensible’

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Nancy Soderberg, former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, joins Alex Witt to discuss Marie Yovanovitch’s public testimony – an appearance that led to targeting tweets from President Trump. Plus, Soderberg weighs in on why she believes Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has remained silent on the matter.