President Donald Trump commemorated the victims of Flight 93 on Tuesday in Pennsylvania, praising the heroes who stopped a hijacked plane from reaching Washington, D.C. seventeen years ago – but only after starting the day of national unity by tweeting about the FBI, its scandal-tainted lovers and Hillary Clinton then arriving for the event with a double fist pump. A quartet of plots in 2001 shook America’s collective sense of national security and signaled the global beginning of a new normal. They ‘took their own fate, and America’s fate, into their own hands’ by storming the cockpit and forcing a group of jihadis to crash into a field instead of turning the U.S. Capitol building into a domed inferno, Trump said. ‘America will never forget what your loved ones did for all of us,’ he told a crowd of hundreds. ‘They stopped the forces of terror and defeated this wicked, horrible, evil plan,’ Trump said, referring to ‘radical Islamic terrorism’ several times as ‘the enemy.’ His remarks came during an annual ceremony marking the 9/11 attacks that shook America’s collective sense of national security in 2001. Speaking against the backdrop of wind turbines and mountaintops, Trump praised law enforcement and first… Read full this story
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