Biden addresses U.S. supply chain issues

President Biden announced a new semiconductor facility will be built in Ohio to help alleviate supply chain issues. Plus, the Biden administration is preparing for a potential Russian invasion of Ukraine. Reuters White House correspondent Jeff Mason joined CBSN's Lana Zak to break down the latest news.

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