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Fox News Host 'Stunned' by Report Biden Not Contacting Gold Star Families

"It's been three days. That's a lot."

President Joe Biden has not contacted the Gold Star families who lost military servicemembers to a drone attack, according to a new report.

Three U.S. serviceman killed in Jordan on Sunday as the result of a drone attack , reportedly misidentified as an enemy drone, were identified by name on Monday.

Sgt. William Rivers, Spc. Kennedy Sanders, and Spc. Breonna Moffett of the 18th Engineer Company, 926th Engineer Battalion, 926th Engineer Brigade, Fort Moore, Georgia, were killed in a drone assault on Sunday, according to a Pentagon statement released Monday.

The Pentagon said that Rivers, 46, was from Carrollton, Georgia; Sanders, 24, was from Waycross, Georgia; and Moffett, 23, was from Savannah, Georgia. The three soldiers were killed on Sunday when a suicide drone launched by an Iranian-backed terrorist group exploded near the living quarters of the Tower 22 installation near the Syrian border, marking the first deaths in hundreds of assaults on US personnel in recent months.

They "died" on January 28, 2024, in Jordan, when a one-way unmanned aerial system struck their container dwelling units.

Eight personnel were medically evacuated, with three of them set to undergo treatment at Landstuhl Regional Medical Center, a US Army facility in Germany, according to Singh. At least 40 of the 350 personnel stationed at the covert Tower 22 outpost in Jordan have reported injuries.

"The incident is being investigated," the statement stated.

A new report by Fox News strongly suggests that the Gold Star families have not yet been personally contacted by President Joe Biden.

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