Responding to Leaks, White House Limits Number of Staff in Daily Meeting

Responding to Leaks, White House Limits Number of Staff in Daily Meeting

Lindsay Walters, a deputy White House press secretary, said that she would not address "internal matters" when asked to confirm that the communications team's meetings had been changed in light of the comments about Mr. McCain made last week by Kelly Sadler, a communications aide, during a staff meeting. John McCain's terminal cancer has its roots in Donald Trump's declaration that he preferred heroes who had not been captured, as if McCain had somehow chosen to be shot down, imprisoned and tortured.

Amid constant leaks that keep spilling out of the Trump Administration, the White House is limiting the number of its daily meetings, reports The New York Times.

Jones, a vocal critic of President TrumpDonald John TrumpGiuliani says Federal Bureau of Investigation may have placed spy in Trump campaign Giuliani: There is "nothing illegal about looking for dirt on political opponents" Giuliani: If Mueller subpoenas us, we will challenge it MORE, rolled out the resolution after becoming outraged by comments made about McCain by White House aide Kelly Sadler and her refusal to publicly apologize, The Hill has learned.

Earlier this week, senior administration officials told Fox News that the controversy surrounding the comments by Sadler are overblown - and one of the main reasons they were disheartened by it, is that they believe some internally purposely are trying to cause chaos and dissension among the ranks with these leaks on Sadler, even after the aide called Meghan McCain to apologize. John McCain for a staffer's remark that the Arizona Republican's opposition to Central Intelligence Agency nominee Gina Haspel didn't matter because "he's dying anyway".

Sadler said, "It doesn't matter, he's dying anyway". "A public apology should be issued immediately".

"A lack of staff discipline", one official said on background. Obama should lift the Dems, now Flake comes out against Haspel's nomination to lead CIA White House conducts sweeps to find staffers' unauthorized cellphones MORE's (R-Ariz.) opinion on a nominee was irrelevant because he is "dying anyway".

"I do", Conway responded".

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