In film, Sen. John McCain says Americans deserve more from Washington

Ceria Alfonso
May 18, 2018

But in recent months, Mr. Trump, who has never been convinced that his aides have his best interests at heart, has felt increasingly aggrieved.

A White House aide secretly recorded meetings with President Donald Trump and then played the tapes to friends to impress them, prompting a crack down, according to a New York Times report.

The change results from a White House staff member, Kelly Sadler, making poor comments about Sen.

The daily meeting brought together almost 30 communication staff members.

The remark led to widespread criticism after it was reported last week, but no immediate public apology from Sadler or the White House - a blunder, according to some in the White House, that has allowed the controversy to fester for days.

In film, Sen. John McCain says Americans deserve more from Washington
In film, Sen. John McCain says Americans deserve more from Washington

A copy of House Resolution 901 obtained by USA TODAY "calls upon the White House to issue a public apology to Senator John McCain and his family for insensitive comments made by a staffer during this hard time for the McCain family".

Junior communications staffers nervous, scared, and disheartened after hearing about the possible shakeup coming soon, sources told Fox News.

The news comes as senior officials in the White House communications office have chose to cancel the large morning comms team meetings, attended by lower-ranking staffers, in an apparent effort to clamp down on links.

When asked about the change, deputy White House press secretary, Lindsay Walters, said she would not comment on "internal matters". But finding good landing spots outside of the Trump White House has been hard for some.

Gregg Re is an editor for Fox News.

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