Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, seen here in June 2016, was demoted to private, ordered to forfeit $10,000 in pay and dishonorably discharged. (Associated Press)

Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, seen here in June 2016, was demoted to private, ordered to forfeit $10,000 in pay and dishonorably discharged. (Associated Press)

Bergdahl spared from prison; Trump calls sentence ‘disgrace’

The Army sergeant walked off his Afghanistan post in 2009, triggering a search that wounded some comrades.

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