Kelly Sadler, the White House aide who mocked U.S. Sen. John McCain, would still be welcome to work a different job in the Trump administration.
Sadler made headlines when her comments about McCain's opposition to then-CIA director nominee Gina Haspel's confirmation during an internal meeting leaked.
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"There were lawyers in her office this afternoon", CNN senior White House correspondent Jeff Zeleny told Wolf Blitzer.
It is unclear if Sadler's exit was a result of her comments about the Arizona senator, which were made during a White House internal staff meeting and subsequently leaked almost a month ago.
In a statement, White House deputy press secretary Raj Shah said: "Kelly Sadler is no longer employed within the Executive Office of the President".
Meanwhile, Sadler made a phone call to McCain's daughter Meghan to personally apologize.
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Sadler's comment spurred an intensive effort inside the West Wing to seek out leakers. The White House never disputed the comments.
The Trump administration declined to publicly apologise and Trump demanded a crackdown on whoever leaked the story to the media.
Sadler was responsible for compiling and distributing talking points to allies of the Trump administration.
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