In Remembrance of 9/11 [Plus Words by Donald J. Trump]

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It’s been 15 long years for America since our country suffered the attack on September 11th. Thousands of mothers, fathers, sons and daughters lost their lives because of the attacks by radical terrorists. The attacks on September 11th, 2001 were the first time blood was shed through an act of war since Tojo ordered the attacks on Pearl Harbor, December 7th 1941. This time it was different though, it came on a peaceful autumn day in the city that never sleeps.

On the Wall of Donald J. Trump’s official Facebook Page was a post written about the attacks. Trump went into great detail about how the attacks have affected our country.

“Today we mourn for the lives lost. We mourn for all the children who had to grow up without a mom or dad, and for all the parents who’ve had to struggle on without their children. We will never forget.”

These are strong words for a country who is in turmoil as we speak. The presidential elections are close and the fate of the nation is at stake. Trump spoke more about the fire fighters, police officers and other authorities how were involved in the cleanup of the attacks.

“In that darkest hour, the entire world bore witness to the strength and courage of our mighty nation. Firefighters, police officers and port authority workers rushed into danger, into smoke, into fire to save the lives of people they had never met — performing their sacred duties until their last moments on Earth. Heroes like Father Mychal Judge who tended to the dead and dying until he too joined them in Heaven. These were the finest and bravest and toughest people that could ever grace a city.”

In Remembrance of 9/11 and the People Who Died

Our country will always remember the people of flight 93 who saved the more from the horrible fate at their own expense. I remember when the attacks happened, I was on my way to college in Northern California when the announcement was made on the radio. It was like time stopped, I couldn’t believe what I was hearing. To say the least, college was cancelled that day. Like many of you reading this, have family who serve for this country. I remember when my brother was deployed. It was a terrifying event, he’s been over there now off and on for more than 15 years. Where were you when the attacks on the World Trade Center were made?

The atrocities of 9/11 have sparked a fire that has enflamed the world for more than a decade now. Radical terrorists are making claims against this country that things will only get worst. Our country has been softened by weak politicians, unable to defend what this country stands for. Trump is not one of these people. It’s the belief of many leaders, Trump will put an end to the global threat of terrorism and end the war in the middle east for good.

He’s already shown more love and support for our country then Obama or Clinton and he’s completely new to the political world. Below you can read more words from Trump on yesterday’s remembrance of the great men and women who lost their lives on 9/11.

More of Trump’s Words In Remembrance of 9/11:

In Remembrance of 9/11“Today is a day of sadness and remembrance. It is also a day of resolve. Our solemn duty on behalf of all those who perished that September day 15 years ago, is to work together as one nation to keep all of our people safe from an enemy that seeks nothing less than to destroy our way of life.”

He then closed the statement with, “We pray for those who have lost the ones they love so much, and we also pray for the unity we will need to conquer all the challenges to come.”

And signed his name, “Donald J. Trump.”

The words Trump wrote speak to us all. There isn’t a single citizen in the United States not affected by 9/11 and the war. The same can be said for the rest of the world. It’s time for us to stand together, make the right decision and end this war together as a country. The only way to do that is elect the right person to run this country.

Trump is not afraid to fight for this country, the same cannot be said for Hillary. When the time comes will you make the right decision? We’ve got one chance at making this country great again and there is only a little over two months left until you help decide the fate of the nation. So please, when that time comes, make the right decision, vote for Donald J. Trump to be the president of the United States so we can end this war forever.

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