- Donald Trump reappears to attack current president Joe Biden.
- He sends a message on the 9/11 Twin Towers attacks anniversary ceremony.
- Is he paving the way for the next presidential elections?
Although he seemed to be away from the political spotlight, on the 9/11 Twin Towers terrorist attacks anniversary, former President Donald Trump reappears, but only to attack the current leader Joe Biden, according to the news site of the New York Post.
The ex-president ‘killed two birds with one stone’, since he was seen visiting very hot spots for the Joe Biden administration, taking advantage of the 9/11 terrorist attacks anniversary ceremony to severely criticize the withdrawal of soldiers from Afghanistan.
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It must be remembered that Afghanistan is currently ruled by the Islamic group of the Taliban, who are terrorists and have claimed a series of attacks in various parts of the world and pose a threat to several countries.
Despite the fact that his government is mainly repressive of women and they carry out bloody acts, the president of the United States did not listen to the messages that they gave him not to withdraw the troops from that country, so Trump found the exact moment to ‘attack’ his opponent in the last federal elections.
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After losing to Joe Biden, the former president has not been satisfied with the results and on several occasions has shown the possibility of competing in the next presidential elections, perhaps that is why he has already begun to pave the way to the White House.
Perhaps that is why, without detours or hesitation, as is his custom, Trump said the following in full tribute to the Twin Towers: “For the great people of our country, this is a very sad day,” Trump said at the beginning of the video of minute and a half shared online. “September 11 represents a great pain for our country.”
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And then the ex-president continued with his message: “Many things were exhibited that day, including most importantly the courage of our police, firefighters and first responders of all kinds, the work they did was really incredible. We love you and we thank you, ”he said.
But this did not remain so, since he took the opportunity to make it clear that it is not possible to leave a fight against the main architects of those terrorist attacks that left hundreds of deaths and horror in the population. To see the video click here. Filed Under: Donald Trump
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“It is also a sad time for the way our war against those who did so much damage to our country ended last week, the loss of 13 great warriors and the many more who were injured, it should never have happened,” Trump said in the video.
He added: “It was caused by poor planning, incredible weakness, and leaders who really didn’t understand what was happening. This is the twentieth year of this war and it should have been a year of victory, honor and strength ”.
Donald Trump: 9/11 COMMEMORATE
Americans solemnly commemorated the 20th anniversary of 9/11 on Saturday, remembering the deadliest terrorist attack on US soil just weeks after the tense end of the war in Afghanistan that followed those attacks. Together, the attacks killed nearly 3,000 people.
With a ringing of the bell and a moment of silence, the anniversary ceremony at New York’s ground zero began exactly two decades after the attack began with the first of four hijacked planes crashing into one of the twin towers of the World Trade Center.
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“It felt like an evil specter had descended on our world, but it was also a time when a lot of people went above and beyond,” said Mike Low, whose daughter, Sara Low, was a flight attendant on that plane.
Since then, the flight attendant’s family has “known unbearable sadness and disbelief,” the father told a crowd that included President Joe Biden and former Presidents Barack Obama and Bill Clinton. Filed Under: Donald Trump
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But “as we go through these 20 years, I find sustenance in a continued appreciation for all those who became more than just ordinary people,” Low added. Relatives of the victims resumed reading the names of the fallen, a tradition since the first anniversary of the attacks that devastated the twin towers of the financial center.
Before an audience of dignitaries and relatives of the people who died in the attacks, Bruce Springsteen performed his song “I’ll See You In My Dreams”, accompanying himself on guitar and harmonica.
The anniversary unfolded under the cloak of a pandemic and in the shadow of the United States’ withdrawal from Afghanistan, now ruled by the same militiamen who gave refuge to the 9/11 conspirators.
“This is difficult because one expected that it would be a different time and a different world, but sometimes history begins to repeat itself and not in the best way,” said Thea Trinidad, who lost her father in the attacks and who read the names of the victims during the ceremony at ground zero in New York. Filed Under: Donald Trump
Calvin Wilson arrived at the Pennsylvania memorial to reflect on his brother-in-law LeRoy Homer, the first officer on the plane that crashed in Pennsylvania after passengers and crew struggled to regain control of the aircraft. The hijackers are believed to have aimed to attack the United States Capitol or the White House.
There were also acts in the other two places where the 9/11 conspirators crashed their hijacked planes: the Pentagon and a field near Shanksville, Pennsylvania. Wilson said he believed that the United States has become polarized and that he has “lost the message.” of the heroism of the passengers and members of the crew of that plane. Filed Under: Donald Trump
In the aftermath of the attacks, the United States and many other countries redefined security measures, with radical changes in boarding checkpoints at airports, police practices, and the surveillance powers of governments. For years afterward, virtually any major explosion, accident, or act of violence in the West seemed to raise a terrifying question: “Is it terrorism?”
Some acts of ideological violence and plots followed, but lately American federal authorities and the public have become increasingly concerned about threats from extremists within their own country, after years of targeting international terrorist groups in the wake of 9/11. S. With information from AP. Filed Under: Donald Trump
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