Mike Barnicle talks with former Governor of Virginia Douglas Wilder

“The Forgotten War… it’s been more than sixty years. You were awarded a Bronze Star Medal. You came home. How long did you carry that war with you—till today?,” Mike Barnicle asks former Governor of Virginia Douglas Wilder, the first African-American governor of any state since Reconstruction, about how serving during the Korean War has impacted his life. Listen to Governor Wilder discuss how his experiences in Korea, fighting alongside white soldiers, led him to get into politics once he returned home to Virginia. Only on MSNBC’s Morning Joe.


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