Sarah Sanders scolded White House staff for leak, sources say

Sarah Sanders scolded White House staff for leak, sources say

Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) looks on at a press conference about the National Defense Authorization Act in Washington, U.S., October 25, 2017.

A source told the news outlet that she was emphasizing that staff members should defend their colleagues whose comments get leaked to the press.

Biden is responding to the dismissal of McCain's opposition to President Donald Trump's Central Intelligence Agency nominee.

That is according to a person in the room who spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss the closed-door meeting.

Sadler reportedly said the view of McCain - a six-term senator, the 2008 Republican presidential nominee and former prisoner of war - was immaterial because "he's dying anyway".

The White House issued a statement Thursday: "We respect Sen".

Now that McCain, 81, is dying of brain cancer and is planning his funeral, criticizing him is considered tasteless. He left Washington in December and few expect him to return. "It doesn't matter", Ms. Sadler said, "He's dying anyway". A Fox spokeswoman said Friday that retired Lt. Gen. Thomas McInerney will no longer be allowed on the network.

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Meghan McCain responded to Sadler's comment at the top of Friday's show.

"My father's legacy is going to be talked about for hundreds and hundreds of years", she added. "I like people who weren't captured".

Haspel faced grilling Wednesday by the Senate Intelligence Committee about her role overseeing some CIA operations after the September 11 attacks.

McCain has recounted stories of lying to his interrogators under torture, including giving them the names of the Green Bay Packers' offensive line instead of the names of his own squadron.

McCain has always denied giving up harmful information when he was a prisoner of war and when critics distributed a flyer during the 2008 SC presidential primary claiming he did, it was debunked by the fact-finding website PolitiFact.

"It was a mistake, and for that I apologise to all recipients and most especially to the McCain family", said Joe Davis, VFW director of communications. McCain famously voted down a White House-led effort to repeal Obamacare. "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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