Natasha De Alencar, a Gold Star widow whose husband (Army Staff Sgt. Mark R. De Alencar) was killed as he was serving in Afghanistan just released an audio recording depicting her phone conversation with President Trump. The respective recording took place back in April and it was about her husband’s death. Here’s a short excerpt:
“I am so sorry to hear about the whole situation. What a horrible thing, except that he’s an unbelievable hero.
“Thank you. I really, really appreciated it. I really do, sir.”
The widow was told by the POTUS that she’d be always welcome to visit with him in the Oval Office is she is ever in Washington DC:
“If you’re around Washington, you come over and see me in the Oval Office. You just come over and see me because you are just the kind of family … this is what we want.”
“Say hello to your children, and tell them your father he was a great hero that I respectedJust tell them I said your father was a great hero.”
It’s very disturbing that the widow felt she had to do something like that. Calls of that nature are incredibly personal. While we must admire her strength, it’s shameful that professional agitators/race-baiters like Wilson are allowed and encouraged to create such a situation just to gain political capital and stay relevant.
To set the record straight: this recording does not depict the widow and call that Congresswoman Wilson was talking about. Mrs. De Alencar simply released her tape of the condolence call she had with the POTUS in an attempt to show her support for the Donald after the death of her husband. It shows a president who uplifted and cared about her in her time of mourning.
The call Ms. Wilson was referring to was not this woman’s, it occurred during a car ride and was not taped. This video is not intended to debunk Ms. Wilson, it is intended to support President Trump’s character.