*The widow of U.S. Army Sgt. La David Johnson, who was among four U.S. service members killed in Niger earlier this month, spoke publicly for the first time about the firestorm surrounding Donald Trump’s condolence call, saying she was “very angry” that the president couldn’t even remember her husband’s name.

“I heard him stumbling on trying to remember my husband’s name, and that’s what hurt me the most because if my husband is out here fighting for our country and he risked his life for our country why can’t you remember his name,” said Myeshia Johnson Monday on “Good Morning America.”

“That’s what made me upset and cry even more because my husband was an awesome soldier.”

After Johnson’s interview aired, Trump responded on Twitter that he spoke Sgt. Johnson’s name “from the beginning” and “without hesitation.”

“I had a very respectful conversation with the widow of Sgt. La David Johnson, and spoke his name from beginning, without hesitation!” he tweeted.

Johnson, who had known her husband since she was 6 years old, also defended Rep. Frederica Wilson’s account of Trump’s phone call. The Democratic congresswoman from Florida was accompanying Johnson to Dover Air Force Base when the president called and was placed on speakerphone for all in the vehicle to hear.

“I heard him say, ‘Well I guess you know he knew what he was signing up for, but it still hurts,'” Wilson told ABC News last week, an account which Trump has called a “total fabrication.”

But Myeshia Johnson today said the congresswoman was “100 percent correct” about the call from Trump. “Why would we fabricate something like that?” she said this morning.

Asked by anchor George Stephanopolous if there was anything she’d like to say to the president now, Johnson answered, “No. I don’t have nothing to say to him.”

Myeshia Johnson is presented with a folded U.S. flag by a military honor guard member during the burial service for her husband U.S. Army Sgt. La David Johnson at the Memorial Gardens East cemetery, Oct. 21, 2017, in Hollywood, Fla.

Myeshia Johnson is presented with a folded U.S. flag by a military honor guard member during the burial service for her husband U.S. Army Sgt. La David Johnson at the Memorial Gardens East cemetery, Oct. 21, 2017, in Hollywood, Fla.

Johnson, days after being informed of her husband’s fatal firefight, said she was barred from seeing her husband’s body or given any straight story on how he died in Niger.

“I need to see him so I will know that that is my husband,” she said. “They won’t show me a finger, a hand; I know my husband’s body from head-to-toe and they won’t let me see anything.”

She said the casket her husband came home in, adorned with a U.S. flag, remains a mystery box for her. “I don’t know what’s in that box,” she said. “It could be empty for all I know.”

Johnson added, “I need to see my husband.”

As for the circumstances of her husband’s death, Johnson said she wants “to know why it took [soldiers] 48 hours to find my husband.”

“I don’t know how he got killed, where he got killed or anything,” she said. “I don’t know that part; they never told me and that’s what I’ve been trying to find out since day one, since October fourth.”

When asked today what she wants people to know about her husband, she said, “I want the world to know how great of a soldier my husband was and a loving and caring father and husband he was to our family.”

Watch Johnson’s appearance on “GMA” below: