washington - The widow of a broken military has taken out to President Donald Trump. Myeshia Johnson said in the Good Morning America television program that she was 'very upset' by a phone call from the president.
Trump recently called the widow to condolve her with the death of her husband, who had fallen in Niger. The call led to a national relic because politician Frederica Wilson listened through the speaker. She later revealed that Trump had said that the military 'knew what he signed for. '
The president responded furiously and said he had a good conversation with the widow. That made it possible in her first media performance Monday to think about it differently. She complained that Trump struggled with her husband's name. 'I had to cry even harder,' she said.
Trump denied after the broadcast that suits the widow's reading. He stressed on Twitter a 'respectful conversation' with Johnson. He would also have rightly pronounced the name of Sergeant La David Johnson.