While President Trump avoids criticizing Russia for its actions in the UK, Prime Minister Theresa May has gone beyond accusations. Her government has expelled 23 Russian diplomats, after a former Russian spy and his daughter were both poisoned with a nerve agent on British soil. Both are now in critical condition, and 36 others were exposed as well, including a police officer who is still in the hospital. The group of Russians are all “undeclared intelligence agents,” according to May, and have one week to leave the country. British Consul General to New England Harriet Cross joined Jim Braude to discuss.