Sanders on WH Aide’s Comment About McCain: ‘Beyond My Comprehension’ that There’s Not an Apology

‘I don’t know what goes on in that White House mentality for there not being an apology for that terrible remark’

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SANDERS: "Let me say this. I have known John McCain for many years and he and I have strong differences of opinion though we did work together on a major veterans bill. I personally like John very, very much. He is very well-respected in the Senate and in the country. It is beyond my comprehension. It is one thing in the white House that somebody to say something crude and stupid and It is beyond my comprehension. It is one thing in the white House that somebody to say something crude and stupid and disrespectful about an American hero. It is another thing for them not to apologize. It is beyond my comprehension. I don’t know what goes on in that White House mentality for there not being an apology for It is beyond my comprehension. I don’t know what goes on in that White House mentality for there not being an apology for that terrible remark."

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