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19 Feb 2017 EST

Senator John McCain said on NBC's "Meet the Press," that President Donald Trump's attacks on the press seem to be language of dictators, warning the nation to pay attention to the lessons of history. McCain said, that attacks on the press, are “how dictators get started.” According to excerpts of the interview set to air Sunday, McCain told McCain told NBC's Chuck Todd, that he does not like the press but said we still need it as it is vital to preserving our democracy. He said without it, "we would lose so much of our individual liberties over time. That's how dictators get started.”

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