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'I hope this isn't our last interview': In an emotional conversation with Jake Tapper, John McCain explains how he'd like to be remembered

Sen. John McCain on Sunday reflected on his mortality and political legacy in his first interview following his cancer diagnosis earlier this year. In an interview with CNN's Jake Tapper, the Arizona senator framed his brain cancer diagnosis as one of a number of obstacles he's sought to overcome during his life. "I'm facing a challenge, but I've faced other challenges," McCain said.
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