Andrea Gallagher, the wife of Eddie Gallagher, the decorated Navy SEAL, is confident that President Trump is planning to restore her husband's rank, which has been reduced following a controversial military court case that captured national headlines. EDWARD GALLAGHER AT MURDER AND PUBLIC NOTICE PUNISHED
"We are so grateful that we have a president like Trump in office," Mrs. Gallagher told Fox News.
Pete Hegseth of Fox News reported Monday Trump plans to reverse the Navy's recent decision to uphold Gallagher's punishment for being placed with a dead ISIS detainee
In July, Gallagher was subjected to several serious charges acquitted, including the assassination of a juvenile Islamic national in Iraq When he was in solitary confinement and awaiting trial, he was convicted of a photo of a terrorist body.
"Every layer of the Navy leadership has failed epically and the president has had to collect the pieces."
Hegseth said he had talked to Trump over the weekend and reported that the president wanted to act before Veterans Day on November 11.
Hegseth also reported that Trump would take two more previous actions, members of the US military who were charged with war crimes and ordered their indictment to be reviewed.
NAVY SEAL EDDIE GALLAGHER was sentenced to reduce the rank, in part to pay after being exempt from murder charges
Andrea Gallagher, who said that her husband's outspoken defender said she believed Trump would become the Restore her husband's rank.
"We are waiting for an official action to restore Eddie's rank, but we are confident that this will happen because it is President Trump He is a true leader and respects our war-hunters and their victims. "
" He is the only one among the layers of the bureaucratic brass musician who has done the right thing of our family. Every layer of the Navy leadership has failed epic failed and the president had to collect the pieces. "
NAVY UPHOLDS SENTENCE REDUCTION OF THE RANK OF NAVY SEAL EDDIE GALLAGHER
The case had previously been championed by Trump, had intervened to free Gallagher from captivity, and congratulated him on a tweet after being defeated Murder's acquittal was seen in a photo on which he is surrounded by over 15 other members of the platoon, "said Andrea Gallagher.
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Andrea Gallagher began working with members of Congress, namely, Ralph Norman, Duncan Hunter, and Louie Gohmert, along with Justice for Warrior Caucus, for an apology from the President to request her husband.
He asked Trump to "correct the misconduct of the Navy and its leadership".
The torture hit the Gallagher family hard, Andrea Gallagher said during an August interview with Fox Nation host Tomi Lahren.
At the time of the "No Interruption" episode, she recounted a particularly traumatic incident when her house was ambushed while she was in the house with her two sleeping children.
"My son sees men with assault rifles on his front porch, and that's what started a seven-hour raid, dragging them out at gunpoint in their underwear and putting them on the street.
" We were betrayed by these people who were so eager to carry out this terrible act against my husband and tear him down. My husband is a hero among the SEAL teams, but he is also a great husband and father. He's my best friend, I've known him since we're 16.17 years old, "she said in the episode of Fox Nation.
As she moved forward, she expressed gratitude to the President with gratitude and determination," for those "We will never stop fighting for those who fight bravely for our country, and we will pay it forward to others help American service members and their families, "she said.
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