Trump Commemorates 9/11 Anniversary With Moment of Silence

On Monday, President Donald Trump observed a solemn moment of silence at the White House, his first presidential remembrance of the 9/11 terror attacks. The president and first lady stood on the White House South Lawn, as they bowed their heads in honor of the moment the attacks on New York’s Twin Towers. Vice President Mike Pence is observing the solemn day in Shanksville, Pennsylvania, the site where one of the airlines crashed. The 16th anniversary of the attacks that killed nearly 3,000 Americans comes at a time where devastating hurricanes are currently ripping through the South.

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