The widow of one of the four U.S. soldiers killed in Niger is breaking her silence. Myeshia Johnson spoke to ABC's "Good Morning America" after days of controversy over President Trump's condolence call to her.
The pregnant mother of two said she was hurt by the president's tone when he called her last week. She confirmed that Trump did in fact say that her husband, Army Sergeant La David Johnson, "knew what he signed up for."
Trump had called the account of the conversation a total fabrication after Florida Congresswoman Frederica Wilson reported the remarks to the media.
Myeshia Johnson also said she felt the president had trouble remembering her husband's name and admitted the conversation left her in tears.