Fox says guest who criticized McCain won't be back

Fox says guest who criticized McCain won't be back

On Saturday's broadcast of the Fox News Channel's "Cavuto Live", OMB Director Mick Mulvaney responded to White House aide Kelly Sadler's comments about Senator John McCain (R-AZ) by stating the comment was "a badly considered joke, an bad joke that she said fell flat".

Press secretary Sarah Sanders scolded her staff Friday for the derogatory comment about Sen.

Sanders tells reporters she's "not going to validate a leak out of an internal staff meeting one way or the other".

McCain's daughter Meghan responded Friday morning to the quip.

The White House did not deny the comments in a statement obtained by PEOPLE, simply stating "We respect Senator McCain's Service to our nation and he and his family are in our prayers during this hard time".

Another extraordinary attack against McCain by a fellow military veteran and commentator also stunned much of Washington, when retired US Air Force lieutenant general Thomas McInerney said he knows torture works because it made McCain spill sensitive information to his captors during his years as a prisoner of war in Vietnam. "I like people who weren't captured".

"The 1.7 million-member Veterans of Foreign Wars of the US and its Auxiliary are saluting the life of one of their own, US Senator John S. McCain III, who died (today/yesterday) after battling brain cancer", the body of the email read. He left Washington in December and few expect him to return.

McCain opposes Haspel because of her history overseeing the use of enhanced interrogation techniques, and when McInerney spoke to Charles Payne about this, he bashed the Arizona senator.

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"I don't perceive what sort of setting you're working in when that might be acceptable and you'll come to work the subsequent day and nonetheless have a job", McCain stated. "Unfortunately, the testimony the American people heard from Haspel failed to address these concerns", said McCain.

In explaining his opposition, Paul said, 'We shouldn't reward somebody who participated in torture, really still has trouble saying and articulating that it's an immoral thing'.

Haspel faced grilling Wednesday by the Senate Intelligence Committee about her role overseeing some CIA operations after the September 11 attacks. Rucker is the White House Bureau Chief for The Washington Post.

As for the president, he and McCain have had a troubled relationship.

She was on the assembly standing on the different facet of the room and didn't apologize for the remark, based on folks within the room.

That was a reference to comments Mr. Trump made about McCain in 2015, saying he wasn't a war hero because "he was captured".

"It doesn't matter, he's dying anyway", Sadler's comment went, according to reports. She confirmed that Sadler still works at the White House.

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