The greatest news story since last week is still prevailing as “Good Morning America“opened its show on Monday with an exclusive interview with the widow of Sgt. La David Johnson, one of the four Green Berets who lost their lives in an ISIS surprise attack in Niger earlier this month.
Myeshia Johnson for the first time is being outspoken about her highly-publicized phone call from President Donald J. Trump.
Last week, the media flared up its anti-Trump narrative by providing Florida Congresswoman Frederica Wilson an excessive time to express her vision of the phone call while the show was broadcasting, which she heard first hand since it was transmitted via speakerphone.
Wilson, who is a family friend of the Johnsons, said that she was with the Gold Star widow and her family on the way to the airport to pick up the soldier’s body when Trump made the phone call.
She claimed that Trump impolitely told Myeshia Johnson that her husband ‘knew what he signed up for.’
On Monday, Johnson told “Good Morning America” that Wilson’s account of the story is 100% accurate:
‘Whatever Ms. Wilson said was not fabricated. What she said was 100 per cent correct,’ Johnson said. ‘The phone was on speakerphone. Why would we fabricate something like that?’
Johnson said that Trump “couldn’t remember her husband’s name during the call“and that the conversation only led her to an emotional and angry outburst than she already had. When asked if she had anything to say to Trump during the call, she answered: “No.” When asked if she would like to say anything to him today, she said, “I have nothing to say to him.”