Trump released a video message on the 20th anniversary of 9/11.
In the message, he said 9/11 is a day of sorrow for the United States and honored the first responders who risked and in some cases lost their lives saving people on that day.
He said the job they did was “truly unbelievable” and that America “loves them and thank them.”
He then honored the 13 brave US service members who died in Kabul, adding that it never should have happened.
He blasted Biden saying that ‘the leader of our country was made to look like a fool.”
Trump ended it by telling Americans not to fear because “America will be made Great Again.”
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Joe Biden is not planning on delivering any public remarks on the 20th Anniversary of 9/11.
He will appear in a video released from the White House reflecting on 9/11 and will be a part of laying wreaths and observing moments of silence.
Biden is not planning to deliver major public remarks to mark the 20th anniversary; instead, his events on Saturday will include laying wreaths and observing moments of silence alongside his predecessors. He will appear in a video produced by the White House reflecting on the attacks that is expected to be released on Saturday morning.
Aides had contemplated an address, but ultimately decided against a speech pegged to the infamous date in history. Biden’s muted presence on the anniversary reflects a shift that has occurred over time, as leaders who served in the years after the attack found themselves caught, often against their best laid plans, in its lingering effects. …
For Biden, the 20th anniversary of 9/11 is a moment to reflect and remember, briefly, the unity of spirit that existed in the aftermath. Yet embedded within Biden’s commemoration of the attacks is a desire to move past them, as threats evolve elsewhere and the conflicts borne from that day outlast their objectives.
Biden’s handlers are trying to hide him from making gaffes.
According to Politico, when Biden is speaking LIVE some Biden White House staffers will mute or turn off him speaking.
This also once again confirms that White House staffers do not want him taking questions.
— Alex Thompson (@AlexThomp) September 7, 2021
JOE BIDEN often thinks he’s his own best messenger. Many people in his own White House don’t always agree.
When Biden gives public remarks, some White House staffers will either mute him or turn off his remarks, according to White House officials.
It’s not that they’re indifferent to what their boss has to say. Indeed, their livelihoods are directly invested in it. Rather, they’re filled with anxiety that he’s going to take questions from the press and veer off the West Wing’s carefully orchestrated messaging.
“I know people who habitually don’t watch it live for that reason,” said one current official.
Biden’s advisers have urged him to answer fewer of the questions being shouted at him by reporters covering his events. While the president sometimes obliges and quickly leaves the podium after remarks, he has a tendency to buck those staffers trying to rein him in. “I’m not supposed to take any questions, but go ahead,” he said after addressing FEMA the other week.
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