President Donald Trump last week began feuding with a Florida congresswoman over the nature of a condolence call to widow of a U.S. soldier killed in Niger, saying Rep. Frederica S. Wilson and Myeshia Johnson mischaracterized the call. Editorial cartoonist Mike Luckovich depicts Trump insulting war widows, while Nate Beeler depicts Democrats lobbing political grenades at Trump with fallen soldiers as cover.
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