President Trump took a detour during his trip to Arlington National Cemetery in order to visit the graves of those Americans lost in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Trump took a walk over to Section 60, which is dedicated to those who gave their lives in service from 2001 to the present.

Grieving family members were proud to see Trump and Vice President Pence visit.

A woman told Trump about her son who was killed overseas. 


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She said that in one of his last conversations with her, he said, "Mama, I hope that people don't forget that I ever lived."

Trump said the soldier is looking down and smiling at his mother from heaven.

The woman also shared a hug with Pence.

A young boy, Christian Jacobs, visited Section 60 in a replica uniform of his late father, Christopher Jacobs.

Trump and Christian gave each other high-fives.

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