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McCain's daughter slams White House aide's 'he's dying' comments

Reuters India Friday, 11 May 2018
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Meghan McCain on Friday questioned how the White House aide who disparaged her ailing father, Republican U.S. Senator John McCain, during a meeting, still has a job.
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White House aide Kelly Sadler allegedly made an insensitive comment about Senator John McCain’s health. While talking about McCain’s opinion of intelligence officer Gina Haspel… Sadler said his opinion “doesn’t matter” because “he’s dying anyway.” McCain’s daughter, Meghan,...

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