President Donald Trump leant the White House in a familiar stance again this week .

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Several Americans received something unexpected from the White House this week: a rush-delivered condolence character from President Donald Trump written to the loved ones of people who died in military service.

After a week of debate that rotated around whether Trump — as he claimed — actually did privately contact every bereaved home, The Atlantic confirmed that some received expedited condolence letters in the working day after the president’s mentions.

While Timothy Eckels Sr. had examined from Sen. John McCain and Defense Secretary James Mattis after his son died aboard the U.S.S. John S. McCain on Aug. 21, he’d heard nothing from the president — until Oct. 20, when a UPS package containing a condolence note arrived at his house.

The package, is in accordance with The Atlantic , was dated October 18, a epoch after Trump said in an interrogation, “I judge I’ve announced all families of someone who’s died.” Trump had also mistakenly claimed that past chairwomen, including Barack Obama, didn’t bellow sorrowing class.

That lie provoked an outpouring of feeling from former members of such Obama administration.

“Honestly, I find the word is reactionary to the media rain brewing over how these things have been handled, ” Eckels said. He described the character as “respectful” and “genuine.” The Atlantic also identified two other houses that received expedited notes this week.

The White House declined to answer questions from The Atlantic about how kinfolks had been contacted and comforted. The Associated Press found that at least 10 relateds of the 43 service members who’ve died this year has not been able to received a phone call or a character.

The administration has been on the defensive since a Democratic congresswoman from Florida shared items from Trump’s condolence call to the widow of Sgt. La David Johnson, who was killed earlier this month in Niger. Rep. Frederica Wilson claimed Trump said, “he knew what he signed up for, but I guess it still hurt” during the course of its see.

Trump, of course, didn’t hold back on Twitter, announcing Wilson “wacky” and a “disaster” for Democrats.

Meanwhile, Johnson’s mother, who sounded the call as well, fortified Wilson’s account.

“President Trump did disrespect my lad and two daughters and also me and my husband, ” Cowanda Jones-Johnson, told The Washington Post .

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