Comment on 'dying' John McCain draws bipartisan condemnation

Comment on 'dying' John McCain draws bipartisan condemnation

Comment on 'dying' John McCain draws bipartisan condemnation

At the top of the show, McCain, who is a regular commentator on "The View" got straight to the point telling viewers, "Okay, so first I just want to say, don't feel bad for me or my family". Sanders is refusing to otherwise weigh in on the comments or condemn them. John McCain's opposition to Central Intelligence Agency nominee Gina Haspel saying, "It doesn't matter, he's dying anyway", at a meeting of White House communications staffers Thursday. She also took the opportunity to reflect on her belief that the tone of the White House staff is set by its leader, President Trump.

Former Vice President Joe Biden wrote: "People have wondered when decency would hit rock bottom with this administration".

Now that McCain, 81, is dying of brain cancer and is planning his funeral, criticizing him is considered tasteless.

Cindy McCain responded a few hours later with a tweet tagged to Sadler: "May I remind you my husband has a family, 7 children and 5 grandchildren".

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A White House spokesman did not dispute the report and issued a statement on behalf of the White House: "We respect Senator McCain's service to our nation and he and his family are in our prayers during this hard time".

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

Ms. Sadler works in the White House communications office focusing on illegal immigration.

In his statement on Friday, Biden said McCain is a "general hero" and that he deserves "so much better". She told senators that she doesn't believe torture works as an interrogation technique. John McCain by saying it "doesn't matter" what he thinks because he is "dying anyway".

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Sadler's reported remarks add to the Trump administration's troubled history with McCain.

Payne replied, "Yes, I will and hope you accept my apology".

"We have a respect for all Americans and that is what we try to put forward in everything we do both in word and in action", Sanders said.

Thursday's comment was made by Kelly Sadler, an assistant in the White House communications department.

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The original comment was made at a closed-door meeting attended by two dozen staffers on Thursday morning, one day after McCain released a statement calling on the Senate to oppose the nomination of Haspel.

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