Father Of Soldier Slain In Niger Says Pres. Trump Was 'Real Cordial' In Condolence CallChris Menahan
Oct. 18, 2017
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The father of one of four soldiers killed in Niger told CBS News on Wednesday that President Donald Trump was "real cordial" during their condolence call and listened attentively to his concerns.
Arnold Wright said he spoke with President Trump on Tuesday about the death of his son Staff Sgt. Dustin Wright on October 4th.
From CBS News:
[...]Wright said Mr. Trump was cordial, and listened as he talked.Wright's story is a stark contrast with that of Democratic Rep. Frederica S. Wilson, who seemed to imply Trump took a sick pleasure in the death of U.S. Army Sgt. La David Johnson.
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