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What could be next after Putin's nuclear threat? | Morning in America

Russian President Vladimir Putin recently mobilized 300,000 reserve troops and made veiled threats about using nuclear weapons in Ukraine. The Hill's Julia Manchester stopped by "Morning In America" to talk about recent developments in the conflict between Russia and Ukraine on the world stage and what could be coming next. LATEST DEVELOPMENTS: https://www.newsnationnow.com/world/russia-at-war/ Start your day with Morning in America, NewsNation's live three-hour national morning newscast hosted by Adrienne Bankert.

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