She has been in her role for less than a year.
The French president reportedly thought he and Trump were close enough that he could criticize steel and aluminium tariffs, but it went down poorly.
"Someone had it out for Kelly Sadler," he said.
A blunder by a White House communications aide revealed that they have been emailing members of former administrations in the hopes that they will amplify some of the president’s foreign policy issues.
The pair argued over an article exploring the conspiracy theory that the Trump administration is running a child sex-trafficking ring.
The briefing had previously intended to update Democrats at a later time.
The "Morning Joe" host skewered party leaders for misleading the public.
Sanders said she was “not going to get into the back and forth on this,” in reference to a public apology on the McCain comment.
Cooper rattled off a list of times Trump has demanded apologies from his critics and juxtaposed it with one single apology issued by the president.
The White House said the first lady is looking forward to a "full recovery."
A White House spokesman told skeptical reporters that blaming Israel for Palestinian deaths was "a propaganda attempt" by Hamas.
Trump reportedly uses Hannity “to decompress” at night.
“It doesn’t matter, he’s dying anyway,” Kelly Sadler said during an internal meeting.
White House chief of staff says he spends up to eight hours a day in President Donald Trump's company.
"Serving on @FitnessGov offers a platform to amplify the best practices shown to work across our school systems."
The rancorous debate on CNN mirrored conversations happening across cable news stations, as surrogates of the president denounced Wolf's cutting jokes but were forced to reconcile them with the president's own history of insulting opponents.
"It can mean a lot of things to a lot of people," Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said after being forced to answer the question.