White House won't deny aide mocked McCain's cancer

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While the White House has not denied that Sadler made those comments, it did provide the following statement: "We respect Senator McCain's service to our nation, and he and his family are in our prayers during this hard time".

On "The View", Meghan McCain said her father is "actually doing really well right now".

White House press secretary Sarah Sanders called reports of Donald Trump's longtime personal lawyer Michael Cohen taking hundreds of thousands of dollars from AT&T and Novartis, a major pharmaceutical company, "the definition of draining the swamp" due to the stated fact that the President was not influenced by him. "He's dying anyway", she said Thursday.

John McCain has been home in Arizona fighting brain cancer for months, and while the US Senate awaits his possible comeback, many colleagues have begun facing the prospect that the political titan might never return to Washington.

"It worked on John", McInerney said. "She's pretty upset. We didn't talk about funerals", said Graham.

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We got Clinton leaving The Pierre hotel in NYC Friday, and when our photog asked about the crass comment, you see him stop, turn, process his words and then speak.

Sen. McCain and Trump have been at stark odds after Trump mocked him during the 2016 campaign for being captured as a prisoner of war during Vietnam. And I want to say that since my dad has been diagnosed the past - it's nearly a year, July 19th - I really feel like I understand the meaning of life.

Meghan and Cindy McCain have responded to attacks on the ailing senator several times since his diagnosis. McInerney made the comments in a conversation about the enhanced interrogation practices that took place in the post-9/11 era, in light of Haspel's nomination. She wouldn't want to go back to it, that torture doesn't work and she is going to adhere to the law that Senator McCain and I helped author. A Fox spokeswoman said Friday that retired Lt. Gen. Thomas McInerney will no longer be allowed on the network.

U.S. Sen. John McCain is getting stronger after being hospitalized two weeks ago for surgery for a stomach infection, his longtime friend and fellow U.S. Sen.

It was in July 2017 that McCain, who has served six terms in his role as Senator, revealed that he was suffering from an aggressive form of brain cancer called glioblastoma. Fox Business Network host Charles Payne apologized to McCain and his family on Twitter for failing to intervene in the conversation, saying he hadn't caught the remarks.