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McCain advises women to avoid military

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Speaking at a Senate Armed Services Committee hearing on military sexual crimes, Sen. John McCain said he “could not” recommend that anyone’s daughter join the military given the continued reports of sexual misconduct. The Pentagon estimates as many as 26,000 service members were sexually assaulted or abused in 2012. Only 3,600 actually reported the attacks. NBC’s Jim Miklaszewski reports.