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U.S. sanctions Russia & Kerry rebukes Israeli settlements

12/30/2016 | 24m 30s | Video has closed captioning.

The Obama administration announced new economic sanctions against Russia in response to the Kremlin's involvement in computer hacking meant to disrupt the presidential election. President-elect Trump said the U.S. should "get on with our lives." While Russia has not yet retaliated for the sanctions, Vladimir Putin may respond in the future.

Aired: 12/30/16

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