Former US President Donald Trump was ahead of current President Joe Biden this Monday, and by several hours, by making a publication in which remembered the terrible attack against the World Trade Center, in New York City, 22 years ago.
“No one who has experienced the horror of the terrorist attacks of September 11 will be able to forget the agony and anguish of that terrible day. “It was a terrible day,” stated the candidate for the Republican candidacy for the 2024 presidential elections in a video he shared on Truth Social.
Trump memorized the dark plumes of smoke that “waved over lower Manhattan, the Pentagon and a beautiful countryside in Pennsylvania” and he stated that they were forever etched in his memory. And he honored the almost 3,000 people who died in that tragedy.
“We will never forget this day. On the solemn anniversary of those monstrous attacks, we remember the 2,977 precious souls that were taken from us savagely that morning 22 years ago, leaving a void that can never be filled,” said the Republican. “It will never be filled, no matter what happens, it will never be filled,” he remarked.
Biden appeared almost six hours later
Almost six hours later, Biden appeared. She gave a televised speech for the 22nd anniversary of 9/11 from Alaska, where she stopped after participating in the G20 summit in India and later traveling to Vietnam.
“The American soul has the strength we found in the fear of that terrible September day, the will we found in our pain, and the light we saw in our darkest hour. “Everyone is mourning a child, a parent, a partner, a brother, a friend or a co-worker.”Biden said.
“We must not succumb to the poisonous politics of division. We must never allow ourselves to be separated by petty manufactured grievances”
Biden also published a video on the social network X, formerly Twitter, in which he compiled images related to the terrorist attack against the Twin Towers. She accompanied it with a written message in which she stated that 9/11 also it’s a day of “renewal and determination” for all Americans.
“In our devotion to this country, to the principles it embodies, to our democracy. That’s what we owe each other. And what we owe to future generations of Americans,” he said.
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