Biden Attends NATO Summit, Accuses Putin Of War Crimes In Ukraine

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President Biden and world leaders are meeting in Brussels Thursday to kick off an emergency NATO summit, aiming to show a united front against Russian President Vladimir Putin and his war in Ukraine. Biden could announce U.S. plans for a permanent increase in the number of NATO troops near Ukraine as Volodymir Zelenskyy, Ukrainian President, continues to ask for more military support. The White House is prepared for the worst in case Russia uses chemical weapons. Kristen Welker, NBC News’s correspondent from Brussels, reports for TODAY.

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