The 25-year-old South Florida native who was killed in Niger has been put in the spotlight after Trump reportedly made insensitive comments to his widow
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Sgt La David T Johnson, the fallen Green Beret soldier at the centre of the controversy over insensitive comments Donald Trump reportedly offered his widow, was a 25-year-old South Florida native with a love of bicycle stunts.
He’d been assigned to the Second Battalion, Third Special Forces Group out of Fort Bragg, North Carolina, and deployed to Niger as part of an “advise and assist” mission, according to the US Army Special Operations Command.
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