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Willie Geist predicts who will recite the best haikus for World Poetry Day

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Sunday TODAY’s Willie Geist wraps up the week with a look at the week ahead, including people’s reaction to FBI Director James Comey’s testimony regarding President Trump’s wiretapping claims, what the first sign of spring will be, and where people can find the best haikus (and who will recite them) on World Poetry Day.