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White House Chief of Staff John Kelly defends President Trump’s call to soldier’s widow

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President Trump’s White House Chief of Staff, John Kelly gave an emotional defense Thursday about Trump’s treatment of bereaved military families, including the president’s call to the widow of a fallen soldier. The retired Marine general who lost his own son in combat in 2010 said, “here’s no perfect way to make that phone call … I think he bravely does make those calls.” NBC White House correspondent Kristen Welker reports for TODAY.