One of the biggest headlines over the last 24 hours has been the crude remarks by White House staffer Kelly Sadler about Sen. John McCain and his battle with brain cancer. In response, Meghan McCain made sure to give her thoughts.

McCain on Sadler

The rift between Donald Trump and high-ranking members of the Republican Party has been going on since the start of his campaign for president in the summer of 2015. While the former host of "The Apprentice" has gotten into it with various members of his own party, it's been his on again, off again war of words with Arizona Sen. John McCain that have remained a constant. Trump has gone on record to question McCain's military history, even going as far as mocking the senator for getting captured during the Vietnam War.

On Thursday night, a report broke revealed that Trump staffer Kelly Sadler took a shot at McCain dealing with brain cancer after the senator refused to endorse the president's pick to lead the CIA. Dismissing McCain's opposition, Sadler said, "he's dying anyway."

The news quickly sparked a media frenzy, with social media going viral [VIDEO]with criticism of Kelly Sadler, including a tweet from John McCain's wife Cindy. During the May 11 edition of "The View," Meghan McCain made sure to give her two cents. "Don't feel bad for me and my family, we are strong," McCain said. "Kelly, here's a little news flash...we're dying, we're all dying," Meghan stated, before adding, "since my dad has been diagnosed...I really feel like I understand the meaning of life. It's not about how you die, it is how you live."

"It was a hard day yesterday," Meghan McCain went on to note, before crediting her co-hosts and co-workers for being supportive.

"I have so much love around my family," she said. "My father’s legacy is going to be talked about for hundreds and hundreds of years," McCain said about her dad, while adding, "These people? (Trump administration) Nothing burgers."

Double down

Hours after "The View," Meghan McCain took to her Instagram account and posted a quote that descried her current mindset following the Kelly Sadler remarks. "They broke the wrong parts of me. They broke my wings and forgot I had claws," she posted.

White House reaction

As of press time, Kelly Sadler still has a job at the White House, which was confirmed during Friday's press briefing with Sarah Huckabee Sanders. Despite being pressed on the issue [VIDEO]on more than one occasion, Sanders deflected and refused to elaborate on Sadler's remarks. In addition, Donald Trump, a known political foe of John McCain, has not spoken out.