Kelly Sadler: Aide who mocked McCain exits White House

White House aide who mocked Mc Cain reportedly loses job

During a Wednesday morning appearance on CNN's "New Day" with John Berman, White House counselor Kellyanne Conway said former press aide Kelly Sadler, who left the White House after allegedly insulting Sen. The source wouldn't say why Sadler was let go and said she might go to another administration job later on.

In this March 22, 2018 photo, special assistant to President Donald Trump, Kelly Sadler attends a forum at the Eisenhower Executive Office Building on the White House complex in Washington.

During an internal meeting last month, White House aide Kelly Sadler dismissed McCain's objection to President Donald Trump's pick for Central Intelligence Agency director by saying it "doesn't matter, he's dying anyway", a source familiar with the meeting told Reuters.

It is unclear if Sadler's exit was a result of her comments about the Arizona senator, which were made during a White House internal staff meeting and subsequently leaked almost a month ago.

White House Strategic Communications Director Backs Kelly Sadler Over "Dying" McCain Comment: "Report" class="local_link" target="_blank">Mercedes Schlapp was behind leaks internal conversations to the media.

ASX uncertainty as United States tariffs spark global trade war
Mexico said it would penalize US imports including pork bellies , apples, grapes, cheeses and flat steel, as well as cranberries. Lamar Alexander, a Tennessee Republican, said Thursday. "This is Trump versus the world, rather than Trump versus Canada ".

Sen. McCain is now battling terminal brain cancer and was also mocked by Trump during his campaign.

A West Wing aide who dismissed the concerns of cancer-stricken Sen.

But afterward, Ms. McCain publicly questioned why Sadler still had a job at the White House. "It's being addressed internally and I don't have anything further to add".

White House aides are reportedly looking for leakers and considering ousting more people from the communications staff in order to prevent conversations from leaving their meetings.

Related:

Comments

Latest news

In a remarkable first, woman’s advanced breast cancer is eradicated
For the treatment, doctors cut small tissues from Perkins' tumours to figure out the mutations specific to her cancer. Apparently, those who are receiving the said treatment under current medical standards don't actually need it.

Musk keeps firm grip on Tesla as shareholders get behind boss
The shareholders he represents want Tesla to succeed, he said, "but the current board is an obstacle, not an aid, to these goals". A battery factory in China, in addition to expanding production, could allow Tesla to avoid import tariffs there.

Cristiano Ronaldo content now he's in complete World Cup mode
Robertson believes his team-mate has reached a world class level by emulating the striking deeds of the true elite like Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo .

Samuel Umtiti's buyout clause rises to a staggering €500m
Before putting pen to paper on a fresh five-year deal, Manchester United had been eyeing a deal for the Frenchman. I'm nervous today because it's a dream to continue here.

Melania Trump to return to public eye Monday
Huffington Post notes "working " is a favourite idiom used by the president , particularly in regards to talking about the media. People can't stop wondering where US First Lady Melania Trump is, and her latest tweet has left them confused.

Manafort attempted to tamper with potential witnesses: U.S. special counsel
Court papers also accuse Person A of making several attempts to influence the witnesses' testimony in February and later in April. Manafort is the most senior member of Trump's campaign to be indicted , though the charges do not relate to campaign activities.

New Rape Allegation Made Against Harvey Weinstein
As she explained the company's services, she alleges that Weinstein began to caress her legs. The actress Asia Argento has already accused Weinstein of raping her at Cannes in 1997.

Nationwide #KeepFamiliesTogether Rallies Demand Trump Halt 'Cruel' Border Separation Policy
In fact, they are kids who are enmeshed in a federal system that has long had to deal with the children of immigrants. It has also been argued that some sponsors, possibly relatives, may be blocking attempts to reach the children.

Private Plane Carrying Four Passengers Crashed Off Of East Hampton Main Beach
Also on board the plane was Krupinski's wife, Bonnie Krupinski, 70; grandson Will Maerov, 22; and the pilot, Jon Dollard, 47. The search covered more than 33 hours and saturated a 646 square-mile area before it was called off, the Coast Guard said.

Justin Trudeau: Donald Trump's comments on Canadian steel industry 'insulting'
Shortly before the G-7 meeting ended, Trump tweeted that "the United States must, at long last, be treated fairly on trade". We believe in the G7, it's an important group", Mr Mnuchin said at his own news conference.

New Ratings Listing Appears for Fortnite on Nintendo Switch
Fortnite's availability on the Nintendo Switch should only add to the hordes of cash that Epic Games is pulling in from the title. In contrast, PUBG is only available on PC and Xbox One, and the Xbox One version has yet to reach parity with its PC version.

Neymar to return from injury against Croatia
Brazil coach Tite said Neymar's return was "above the expected standard". It was only through Neymar's introduction that this was addressed.

French Open 2018: Serena Williams 'has no negative feelings' towards Maria Sharapova
The match is a repeat of Nadal's straight-sets victory at the same third-round stage the last time they met in Paris back in 2005. The Williamses dropped the first set and then trailed 5-4 in the second with Klepac and Martinez Sanchez serving for the match.

Tiger Woods: Golf fans SLAM star after incredible Memorial Tournament recovery
DeChambeau rolled in a 20-foot birdie on the par-3 16th, and he hit 9-iron to 5 feet on the toughest hole, the 18th. That was still better than Jordan Spieth, who finished bogey-bogey for a 72 and missed the cut by three shots.

The man sent by North Korea leader to U.S….
But he was granted special permission for official travel to the United States, said State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert. Delegates from the USA and North Korea arrived in Singapore on Monday, May 28, to discuss logistics and security for the summit.

Other news