A Florida congresswoman claimed President Trump told the widow of a fallen soldier that "he knew what he signed up for." Mr. Trump denied the claim, and he has dragged the conduct of past presidents into the fray. CBS News chief White House correspondent
Published: 2021-05-06 07:55 pm
Trump denies claims he was disrespectful to fallen soldier's family

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