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White House counselor Kellyanne Conway said there will likely be changes at the White House after an aide made a disparaging comment about ailing Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.).

During a private discussion about CIA nominee Gina Haspel, aide Kelly Riddell Sadler said not to be concerned about McCain's possible 'nay' vote because "he's dying anyway."

The conversation was leaked to the press, and Sadler received a barrage of criticism for the remark, including from McCain's wife, Cindy.

Conway blasted the leaker or leakers, saying that all White House employees serve "at the pleasure of the president" and should conduct themselves accordingly.

Martha MacCallum asked if there could be potential "personnel changes" in light of the remarks and the blowback the White House received.

"I do [think so], yes I do," Conway responded on "The Story."

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