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3 American soldiers killed in Jordan: How will the US respond?

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John Kirby, the spokesperson for the White House national security council, joins TODAY’s Savannah Guthrie to discuss how the U.S. could potentially respond to the drone attack on a base in Jordan that killed three American soldiers. Kirby also speaks on the status of Hamas hostage negotiations and the UN workers accused of collaborating in the Oct. 7 attacks.