REPORT: WH cancels daily morning communications meetings following leaked comments


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Senior officials in the White House communications office have decided to cancel the large morning meetings, attended by lower-ranking staffers, after a “leak” during a previous meeting ensnared communications aide Kelly Sadler in a controversy after inappropriate comments regarding Sen. John McCain’s brain cancer.

A White House official confirms to Fox News, a story first reported by the New York Times, that since the blow up over Sadler’s remarks not only has the larger meeting been cancelled, but also the meetings now only consist of the higher-ranking staff and have omitted the lower-ranking staff and middle-ranking staff that some in the West Wing blame for the current leaking of information that have made the White House look poorly in recent months.

The article goes on to state the following:

“Periodically, we streamline our operations to better communicate the president’s message,” Deputy White House press secretary Lindsay Walters said in a statement about the restructuring of the meetings.

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