Trump aide who mocked McCain leaves White House


The Trump administration recently confirmed communication aide Kelly Sadler is out at the White House. The source wouldn't say why Sadler was let go and said she might go to another administration job later on.

Sadler was a special assistant to the president when she reportedly said it did not matter whether the Arizona senator opposed Gina Haspel, President Donald Trump's nominee for Central Intelligence Agency director, because "he's dying anyway".

Privately, Sadler did apologize to McCain's daughter Meghan in a phone call.

Kelly Sadler, the White House aide who mocked U.S. Sen.

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The White House released a statement about Sadler.

Sadler was responsible for compiling and distributing talking points to allies of the Trump administration. "It's being addressed internally and I don't have anything further to add".

"This is an internal matter", Shah said in a White House press briefing last month. McCain, the Republican nominee for president in 2008, has been diagnosed with a form of brain cancer and has been receiving treatment for months at his Arizona ranch.

Shah, in the White House briefing the day after the comments were reported, said, "If you aren't able in internal meetings to speak your mind, or convey thoughts or say anything that you feel without feeling like your colleagues will betray you, that creates a very hard work environment".