He Said/She Said! President Trump on Monday denied an Army widow's claim that he struggled to remember Sgt. La David Johnson's name when he offered his condolences last week, during a phone call that has since become the focal point of a political controversy. Johnson and three other Americans were killed Oct. 4 in an attack in Niger. The president's seemingly private condolence call to widow Myeshia Johnson went public last week when a Democratic congresswoman claimed Trump was disrespectful. The White House has since defended the president's tone while blasting Florida Rep. Frederica Wilson for talking to the press about such a "sacred" moment. But speaking Monday with ABC's "Good Morning America," Myeshia Johnson said Trump also "couldn't remember my husband's name."
Todd spoke to Gold Star Dad Terry in Tennessee who called in to tell his story. Terry went on to say this is not about the politicians, its about the soldiers who gave their life for our country.