After the mother of a fallen solider claimed President Donald Trump disrespected her family, the father of another solider says the commander-in-chief promised him $25,000 after his son died — but he never got the money.
Chris Baldridge told The Washington Post that Trump called him a few weeks after his son, Army Cpl. Dillon Baldridge, died in Afghanistan in June.
The offer came after Baldridge reportedly said he could “barely rub two nickels together” while his ex-wife was set to collect money from the military’s survivor benefits program.
Baldridge got an apology letter from the White House, but that $25,000, however, never came. Read more…