"At the time, Joseph's three sons, were just young boys.
Ages 8, 6, and 3-months-old," Trump said of the fallen NYPD detective who gave his life 18 years ago.
Earlier during the ceremony, Trump said he was looking out of a window from a building in midtown Manhattan, directly at the World Trade Center, "when I saw a second plane, flying at tremendous speed, go into the second tower." Trump added that he knew the world had changed and that he later went to Ground Zero to provide help.
As we mark the 19th anniversary of the deadly terror attacks on 9/11/2001, our country once again unites to honor the heroes who risked, and even lost their lives. Some of those heroes now live right here in Tampa Bay.
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Amid a deadly pandemic, devastating wildfires, racial unrest and a polarizing political divide, the U.S. honored those who died in a tragedy 19 years ago during the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11. Lisa Bernhard produced this report.
US vice president Mike Pence and former vice president and Democraticpresidential candidate Joe Biden arrived at the 9/11 memorial in New York onFriday to commemorate the anniversary of the 2001 attack on the World TradeCentre. The commemoration began with a bell ringing at 8.46am, marking thetime the first plane struck.
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