McCain's daughter slams White House aide's 'he's dying' comments

McCain's daughter slams White House aide's 'he's dying' comments

Kerry Wise
May 12, 2018

The White Home on Friday didn't supply an apology or deny feedback made by aide Kelly Sadler, who sources say mocked Arizona Republican Sen. "Given this White House's trail of disrespect toward John and others, this staffer is not the exception to the rule; she is the epitome of it". "John McCain don't get along".

"There are so many accolades I could heap on to John McCain, but I know John very well", he said.

The statement was in response to White House aide Kelly Sadler's comments following the Arizona Republican's opposition to President Donald Trump's pick for Central Intelligence Agency director by saying Thursday morning that "he's dying anyway", a White House official told CNN.

"I'm not going to comment on an internal staff meeting", Sanders said during Friday's press briefing.

Sanders also confirmed that Sadler remained in her job.

Sadler, who holds a bachelor's degree in Chinese and International Relations from Hamilton University, and a master's degree in journalism from Northwestern University in Chicago, was a reporter and editor for the Washington Times before going to work at the White House in May 2017.

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'Yes, she does, ' Sanders said. "I like people who weren't captured". "In the event you have a look at what he is doing each single day, he is exhibiting as much as work, he is working laborious to make this nation higher", stated Sanders.

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In a statement Thursday night, Haspel said, "I have the utmost respect for Sen".

Haspel, the CIA's acting director, issued a statement: "I have the utmost respect for Senator McCain and I appreciate the thoughtfulness with which he has approached this nomination process". And this isn't the first time that he has insulted Captain McCain. John McCain's death in an internal meeting which was leaked to the press. "That's why they name him 'Songbird John'".

A few observers noted the disconnect between a political media up in arms over a comment made by a special communications assistant to the president in a closed-door meeting, versus public remarks made by high-profile Republican and Democratic senators this week in which they dismissed Haspel's history of torture, as well as other egregious Trump policy proposals and actions that have been largely ignored by those same pundits throughout the week.

McCain, 81, was diagnosed past year with an aggressive form of brain cancer, which he is receiving treatment for at his home in Arizona.

The affirmation vote for Haspel could possibly be shut.

"Nonetheless", McCain continued, "Ms. Haspel's position in overseeing the usage of torture by People is disturbing".

"Her refusal to acknowledge torture's immorality is disqualifying", McCain wrote in a statement.