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Putin ‘miscalculated, he thought this would be a cakewalk:' Former ambassador

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Former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch joins TODAY to talk about Putin’s war on Ukraine and if NATO and the West are doing enough to help. “We are doing a lot and we need to keep on doing more,” she says adding, “the administration and NATO do need to look at the possibility of a no-fly zone for humanitarian purposes.” Yovanovitch was appointed in her role as ambassador to Ukraine from 2016 until 2019, when she was recalled by former President Trump.

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