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Cook County state's attorney shares concern of federal 'brute force' in Chicago

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Cook County State's Attorney Kimberly Foxx speaks with NBC News' Trymaine Lee about the federal officers President Trump is sending to Chicago and says that kind of "brute force" is not wanted.