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So was Johnson's wife and the Democratic congresswoman.
The Democratic congresswoman from Washington state knows it’s not rational.
Details of the conversation came from a Democratic congresswoman who overheard the call.
In the same vein, Democratic congresswoman Eddie Bernice Johnson, who represents Texas’s 30th Congressional District, has recently weighed in with her take.
The specifics of the U.S. mission in Niger, and in Africa more broadly, have been largely overshadowed by the feud between President Trump, his Chief of Staff John Kelly, and Democratic congresswoman Frederica Wilson.
A day later, President Donald Trump stoked his feud with Democratic congresswoman Frederica Wilson, who first spoke publicly about his controversial condolence call to Johnson’s family last week.
The Democratic congresswoman had criticized Trump’s recent condolence call to the widow of Sgt.
Kelly went on the attack against a Democratic congresswoman who criticized the tone of one of Trump’s condolence calls.
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