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Joy Reid Slams Trump's Endless Attacks On Congresswoman, And We Couldn't Agree More

By Collin Gossel

President Donald Trump's controversies are spawning controversies. After failing to respond to the death of four U.S. troops in Niger for nearly two weeks, President Trump took to the podium to claim that many of his predecessors did not call or pay respects to the families of soldiers who died in the line of duty (a claim that was immediately debunked by multiple sources). Then Trump reportedly reduced the widow of Sgt. La David T. Johnson to tears by saying he "knew what he signed up for." This excerpt of the call was reported by Congresswoman Frederica S. Wilson, who was with Johnson's widow at the time. After Wilson's comments, Trump went on the attack, claiming they were "completely fabricated," which, in turn, has led to a continuing feud between the politicians. 

Trump tweeted the following on Sunday:

MSNBC's Joy Reid had something to say about Trump's words: