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Monday, October 23, 2017

Trump's Call to Goldstar Widow Recorded, Shows Real Side

President Donald Trump called Natasha De Alencar in April, four days after her husband, Army Staff Sgt. Mark R. De Alencar, had been killed in Afghanistan, praising her husband as "an unbelievable hero," The Washington Post reported Friday.

De Alencar was surrounded by her five children when she took the call from the president, as one of her daughters filmed the conversation.

Trump told her he was sorry about the "whole situation" and twice invited her to Washington.

"If you're around Washington, you come over and see me in the Oval Office," Trump said during the four-minute conversation.



Anonymous said...

Post it.

Anonymous said...

I am sure the congresswoman took the entire conversation out of context because she is a moon bat and a never Trumper. It is unclear why she was even able to be on the call. I can guess; she was baiting and pandering to the grieving widow so she could garner sympathy and empathy by decrying the President as a racist and the White House full of white supremicists. No respect for the grieving family or the deceased. She should be ashamed but the likes of her have no shame. Just like big Al Sharpton.