The White House is facing questions about President Biden’s statement this week that Russia’s campaign in Ukraine was “genocide,” a claim he later walked back. But what constitutes genocide, and what’s the impact of the president’s words? John Bellinger, who served as a lawyer for the National Security Council and State Department under the Bush administration, joins Nick Schifrin to discuss.
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