After Gold Star Widow Attacked Him This Morning, Trump Hit Back With His ULTIMATE Weapon

This month, an ISIS attack occurred in Nigeria. Where four Green Berets were killed including Sgt, La David Johnson.

The widow of the Sgt. organized a funeral, which was followed by a call from the President.

The call has two stories, the presidential one and Frederica Wilson’s side which occupied the widow and the media.

 

Last week we covered a story about Congressman Frederica Wilson, who accused Trump of insensitivity towards the deceased lover. The widow, Myeshia Johnson, was on her way to pick up her husband’s body from the airport. She was in a black limo along with the family friend, Willson and with the master sergeant. When the President called Myeshia, he was on speaker phone so everyone could hear. According to her, “He knew what he signed up for, but it hurts anyway.”

Willson accused Trump for saying to Myeshia Johnson that her husband “knew what he was signed up for.” But now, the widow is on board for attacking the President too. She describes Trump’s call as heartless.

“I heard him stumbling on trying to remember my husband’s name and that’s what hurt me most. Because if my husband is out here fighting for our country and he risks his life for our country, why can’t you remember his name? And that’s what made me upset and cry more,” as Liberty Writers Report.

Source: Liberty Writers, Twitter @realDonaldTrump

It’s sad to see how the Liberals and their media can influence so many people into taking the wrong path. Instead of leaving her husband to rest in peace, she is dragging his name all over the social media. If he served this country as a soldier he knew that his life is at risk at any time.

But we guess that the widow has something more important to do than protecting her husband’s dignity. She politizes the death of her husband for the Liberals to gain points. Sadly, there are many people who buy into her story!

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