Just recently we lost a music legend and a true American patriot. Charlie Daniels passed away at the age of 83-years-old.

Most of you are familiar with him but for those of you who may not know the name, he was the lead for The Charlie Daniel's Band. They are most well-known for the hit song, "The Devil Went Down To Georgia".

His cause of death was a hemorrhagic stroke, but honestly, I'm surprised they didn't try and label him as a COVID death.

Daniels' wife Hazel, to whom he was married for nearly 56 years, had her spirits lifted this week when she received a letter from President Trump.

On Monday, his widow and their only child, Charlie Daniels Jr., took over the late Daniels' official Instagram account to share a very personal letter addressed to Hazel from President Donald Trump himself.

The letter begins, "Dear Hazel, I was saddened to learn of the loss of your beloved husband, Charlie, and send my deepest condolences."

He continues on to call the country icon a "true American patriot," and proclaimed that his music will be "celebrated for generations."

"He inspired many Americans with his unyielding support of our brave men and women in uniform," Trump continued. "Your husband reminded us that we must honor those who have sacrificed so much to defend our freedoms. Our great Nation depends on artists like Charlie who promote love of country. He will be greatly missed."

This was a real class act by President Trump to show his true appreciation for a man who loved his country.

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