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Chuck Todd: The relationship between Schumer and Trump has soured

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Chuck Todd joins Sunday TODAY’s Willie Geist to talk about U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara’s firing by the Department of Justice. Todd says that then-President-elect Donald Trump made a pledge to New York Senator Chuck Schumer that he would keep Bharara in place, but Trump now doesn’t feel like he needs to uphold his pledge because his relationship with Schumer has “soured.”