Sadler has yet to comment about her flippant jab at McCain.
McCain has been fighting an aggressive form of brain cancer.
Addressing the statements from both McInerney and Sadler, she said: "I don't understand the kind of environment you're working in where that would be acceptable and you can come to work the next day and still have a job".
"First I just want to say is, don't feel bad for me or my family". He said Wednesday that he believes she's a patriot who loves the country but "her refusal to acknowledge torture's immorality is disqualifying". "There's so much more love and prayer and wonderful energy being generated towards us than anything negative at all".
"As a party, I think we need to do a better job of getting out in front of this stuff quickly, condemning it, and saying it has no place in our discourse", Costello added.
'I like people who weren't captured'.
"It doesn't matter, he's dying anyway", Sadler said, according to the official with knowledge of the comment, who spoke on the condition of anonymity because remarks made during internal meetings are meant to remain confidential. But we're all dying.
The senator's wife, Cindy McCain, said in a Twitter message targeted at Sadler Thursday evening: "May I remind you my husband has a family, 7 children and 5 grandchildren". "And it is not how you die - it's how you live".
She confirmed Sadler still works at the White House. I think the remarks are disgusting.
McCain has all the time denied giving up unsafe data when he was a prisoner of struggle and when critics distributed a flyer in the course of the 2008 SC presidential major claiming he did, it was debunked by the fact-finding web site PolitiFact. John McCain fought for us in Vietnam, was a prisoner of war in Vietnam, came home and dedicated his life to public service. "So many of us have spoken to people who've said they heard these comments". Mr. Trump has never served in the military. John McCainJohn Sidney McCainWhite House official calls Meghan McCain to apologize for remark about father Haspel appreciates McCain's "thoughtfulness" after he opposes her nomination Graham on his visit with McCain: "No talking about funerals" MORE (R-Ariz.). Haspel testified about that dark chapter in Central Intelligence Agency history in her confirmation hearing on Capitol Hill Wednesday, and pledged that such practices would not take place under her leadership.
Over at Fox Business, program host Charles Payne issued a personal apology to McCain and his family, saying he did not initially hear McInerney's comment as the network's control room was speaking into his earpiece.
And McCain's daughter, Meghan McCain, weighed in on "The View".