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Judge Jeanine Pirro said the the controversy over President Donald Trump's call to a Gold Star widow shows that the left has lost its moral code.

Rep. Frederica Wilson (D-Fla.) claimed Tuesday that Trump told the widow of Army Sgt. La David Johnson during a phone call that "he knew what he signed up for." Johnson was among four service members killed earlier this month during an ambush in Niger.

After Trump and others called her out and the story blew up, Wilson bragged, "I’m a rock star now."

"She's a bozo," Judge Jeanine said on "Fox & Friends." "Stop it. End it. This is about men and women who die and not about politics, period."

She said this is another sign that the left has "lost its axis of justice and moral code."

Judge Jeanine said White House Chief of Staff John Kelly, who is a retired U.S. Marine Corps general and a Gold Star father, said what should be the final word on this story when he said he was "shocked" to see a fallen soldier be politicized.

"All of sudden, people who die for us are not worthy of respect?" she said. "This woman's saying, 'I'm a rock star.' What is wrong with them?"

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