La David Johnson, Myesha Johnson, to offer his ‘condolences.’ Congresswoman Frederica Wilson (D- Florida) and Sgt.
Johnson’s mother, Cowanda Jones-Johnson were in the car, listening to the conversation on speakerphone, as Trump spoke to Myesha.
Trump has caused a huge uproar about his lack of compassion for the 4 U. military members who were ambushed and killed while serving in Niger on October 4th.
After waiting a whopping two weeks, he finally phoned the family of Sgt. By Tuesday morning, after receiving major backlash for not addressing the slain officers deaths, Trump called the pregnant widow of Sgt.
La David Johnson is dealing with a mix of emotions right now.
She’s furious with Trump for “disrespecting” their family and she, along with her son’s 6 month pregnant wife are severely grieving their loss.
Not only did he disrespect my son,” she said, but Trump also disrespected the [deceased] soldier’s father and his widow. I’m infuriated.” […] “I love my troops and I’ll tell you why.
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On the Los Angeles Times website only one in 30 comments from members of the public supported Polanski and most called for him to face justice.
Katie Buckland, executive director of the California Women's Law Center, said supporting Polanski's release "sends a message that the rich and powerful can get away with crimes that no one else can get away with." Asked if the Los Angeles County district attorney's office, which is seeking Polanski's extradition, would bow to Hollywood pressure, its spokeswoman Jane Robison said simply: "No." She said attempts to extradite Polanski would continue and there were no plans to meet with the Hollywood stars backing Polanski.