A day after Russia vowed to draw down some troops around Kyiv, there’s been no let-up in the bombardment across Ukraine. The U.S. said Russia began repositioning some forces arrayed around the capital, but is expected to redeploy them elsewhere. Meantime, new U.S. intelligence suggests President Putin’s aides have misinformed him on Ukraine, raising tensions inside the Kremlin. Ali Rogin reports.
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