Havana Syndrome saga leaves scars on U.S.-Cuba relations

U.S. intelligence this week released an updated assessment that it’s “very unlikely” a foreign adversary was responsible for the mystery illnesses first reported in Havana in 2016. But Andrea Mitchell reports on how the diplomatic fallout in the wake of the incidents is still souring the relationship between the U.S. and Cuba, dimming hopes for the normalization of relations that was taking shape less than a decade ago.