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An MSNBC analyst said military veterans who support President Donald Trump are "not honorable."

Malcolm Nance was reacting to White House communications staffer Kelly Sadler saying Sen. John McCain's (R-Ariz.) opposition to the CIA director nominee "doesn't matter" because he is "dying anyway."

The White House has not issued an apology over the comment.

Nance was asked if people within the president's military base talk about war heroes like the staffer did of McCain.

“The difference between what’s going on with Trump’s military base and the rest of the military is very weird," Nance noted.

He went on to say that pro-Trump military veterans have a "cultish love" of the president where the affinity towards him "exceeds the constitution."

Host Joy-Ann Reid brought up how Rep. Duncan Hunter (R-Calif.) -- a military veteran himself -- defended Trump's past remarks on McCain's capture in Vietnam.

"These military people love him, alright?" Nance said of Trump.

"Not honorable military veterans, because an honorable military veteran ... would have said, ‘You know what, there’s a line. That line has now been crossed.'"

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