President Donald Trump speaks to the Department of Homeland Security in Washington on Wednesday after signing executive orders on immigration.
President Donald Trump speaks to the Department of Homeland Security in Washington on Wednesday after signing executive orders on immigration. Chip Somodevilla Bloomberg
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    Senator John McCain jabbed Monday night at unnamed pushers of isolationist politics, saying at his National Constitution Center Liberty Medal ceremony in Philadelphia that abandoning America's role as an international leader is "unpatriotic". The six-term Republican senator from Arizona made the remarks after receiving the award for a lifetime of service and sacrifice to the country.