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14 May 2018, 03:43 | Darnell Patrick
Evan Vucci Associated Press White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders
White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders reportedly scolded her staff on Friday after one White House official's derisive comment about Sen.
Sadler's reported remarks came during a discussion at the White House on Thursday on McCain's opposition to Trump's nominee for Central Intelligence Agency director, Gina Haspel.
Sanders said the leak was selfish and distracted from the president's agenda and "everything we're trying to accomplish for the American people", according to a person familiar with the meeting who spoke on condition of anonymity to describe the private meeting. Some colleagues said afterward that they were unhappy she made the remark, and the White House issued a written statement Thursday expressing respect for Mr. McCain.
On her talk show, "The View", Meghan McCain said she doesn't understand how someone could make such a comment and keep their job.
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"I just wish somebody from the White House would tell the country that was inappropriate, that's not who we are in the Trump administration".
On Thursday, a guest on Fox Business Network also took aim at the senator, claiming that torture "worked on" him when he was held as a prisoner of war in Vietnam. A Fox spokeswoman said Friday that retired Lt. Gen. Thomas McInerney will no longer be allowed on the network. Many Democrat senators were against Haspel's appointment as she failed to answer questions pertaining to the enhanced interrogation program during the Bush administration.
Meghan McCain called that a "real ugly nickname" on Friday. "I like people that weren't captured".
Last July, McCain became the deciding vote against the GOP health care repeal with a dramatic thumbs-down. "May I remind you my husband has a family, 7 children and 5 grandchildren", his wife, Cindy McCain, wrote to Ms. Sadler on Twitter.
The crowd booed, and Trump added, "I won't use his name". Certainly there is not a tone set here. "That is what we try to put forward in everything we do both in word and in action", Sanders said during her briefing, highlighting President Trump's policies.
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