Trump: Ask Kelly whether Obama called after his son was killed


Washington (CNN)President Donald Trump, with regards to his claim that President Barack Obama didn’t call the friends and family of fallen officers, glided the thought Tuesday that correspondents solicit his boss from staff, resigned Gen. John Kelly, regardless of whether Obama called him after his child kicked the bucket in Afghanistan.


The remark came amid a meeting on Fox News Radio.

“To the extent different presidents, I don’t have any acquaintance with, you could ask Gen. Kelly, did he get a call from Obama? I don’t realize what Obama’s strategy was,” Trump said.

Kelly’s child Robert kicked the bucket when he ventured on a landmine in Afghanistan in 2010. Kelly, a resigned four-star Marine general, was a lieutenant general at the time.


The White House did not react when requested more insights about Trump’s comments about Kelly.

“I compose letters and I additionally call,” Trump said of himself. “I have called, I trust everyone, except I will utilize the word essentially everyone.”

In the primary year of Obama’s term, 466 American troops kicked the bucket in Iraq and Afghanistan, contrasted with 25 this year. A representative for Obama did not promptly react to a demand for input about Trump’s comments.

“I truly represent myself. I am not representing other individuals. I don’t comprehend what (George W.) Bush did. I don’t recognize what Obama trumped,” said. “I trust his arrangement was to some degree not quite the same as my approach. I can let you know, my approach is I have called each one of them.”

Trump said on Monday he’d composed letters to the groups of the killed American fighters, and wanted to telephone them sooner rather than later.

Kelly, as per media reports, has endeavored to keep his child’s demise private.

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