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Presidential historian Jon Meacham tells Ali Velshi that Donald Trump's use of the word treason is not a "slip of the tongue" and that the president is trying to "criminalize dissent."
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Why President Donald Trump Is (Falsely) Accusing People Of ‘Treason’ | The Last Word | MSNBC

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