WATCH: John Roberts says two people he spoke to refuted the Atlantic Story

During a report Friday, Fox News reporter John Roberts said two people he spoke to refuted the story in the Atlantic that claims Trump made disparaging remarks to fallen soldiers.

“This morning I spoke with two people who were in the meeting about whether to cancel that trip” Roberts says “one of them would not be described as a supporter of the President at current. The President never said that, according to both of these sources.”

WATCH:

Per the Trump campaign website, at least 10 officials who were on the trip to France with President Trump have gone on the record to refute the anonymous sources and allegations in The Atlantic article:

Sarah Sanders, former White House Press Secretary: “The Atlantic story on @realDonaldTrump is total BS. I was actually there and one of the people part of the discussion – this never happened.”

Hogan Gidley, former Deputy White House Press Secretary: “These are disgusting, grotesque, reprehensible lies. I was there in Paris and the President never said those things.”

Dan Scavino, White House Deputy Chief Of Staff for Communications: “I was with POTUS in France, with Sarah, and have been at his side throughout it all. Complete lies by ‘anonymous sources’…”

Jordan Karem, former Personal Aide to President Trump: “This is not even close to being factually accurate. plain and simple, it just never happened.”

Karem: “Again, this is 100% false. I was next to @POTUS  the whole day! The President was greatly disappointed when told we couldn’t fly there. He was incredibly eager to honor our Fallen Heroes.”

Johnny DeStefano, former Counselor to the President: “I was on this trip. The Atlantic bit is not true. Period.”

John Bolton, former National Security Advisor: “‘I didn’t hear that,’ Mr. Bolton said in an interview. ‘I’m not saying he didn’t say them later in the day or another time but I was there for that discussion.’”

Stephen Miller, White House Senior Adviser: The accusation is a “despicable lie … The president deeply wanted to attend the memorial event in question and was deeply displeased by the bad weather call.”

Tony Ornato, Then-Head of the Secret Service’s Presidential Protective Detail

Derek Lyons, Staff Secretary and Counselor to the President: “I was with the President the morning after the scheduled visit. He was extremely disappointed that arrangements could not be made to get him to the site, and that the trip had been cancelled. ”

Dan Walsh, former Deputy Chief Of Staff: “I can attest to the fact that there was a bad weather call in France, and that the helicopters were unable to safely make the flight.”