08 June, 2018
Conway elaborated that the potential job opportunities could be within a Cabinet agency and that Sadler would decide if she desired to continue working for the Trump administration.
White House aide Kelly Sadler was reported out of a job with the Trump administration on Tuesday after commenting that ailing Senator John McCain is "dying anyway"-but that apparently may not be the last of her in government".
This immediately set off a firestorm as the White House focused on the outrage of the leaks more than the outrage of the comment itself. The sources did not say whether Sadler was sacked or if she left on her own accord. Lindsey Graham, said the White House should have done more to address the inappropriate comment. White House officials bemoaned an environment where presidential aides could not speak their minds in meetings without fearing their remarks could appear later in the press.
In May, Sadler said during a meeting that McCain's opposition to CIA Director nominee Gina Haspel did not matter because the Arizona Republican was "dying".
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"Kelly Sadler is a world-class person who made a flippant off-hand remark in private", Scaramucci tweeted.
Trump and McCain have long had a rocky relationship. The White House never disputed the comments.
Trump, who was infuriated by the release of the information to the news media, called Sadler and other communications staffers into the Oval Office to ask who might have leaked Sadler's comments. At the meeting, Sadler accused Schlapp, her boss, of leaking the material, causing a rift between the two.
The effort to find leakers has led to an acrimonious atmosphere at the White House, aides have told CNN. "I like people who weren't captured".