Trump pays tribute to 9/11 victims and heroes in Shanksville: “If America fought back’

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President Trump provides information on the 9/11 memorial service in Shanksville, Pennsylvania.

President Trump, in a subdued ceremony in Shanksville, Pa., paid in full “celebration in tribute” to the 40 passengers and crew members of flight 93, “Stand and defied the enemy” 17 years ago.

The President and the first lady, Melania Trump visits the Holy site Tuesday to commemorate the 17. The anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. She spoke after a new memorial to the victims was dedicated over the weekend.

“September 11, 2001, a band of courageous patriots, the trend on our nation’s enemies and joined the immortal ranks of the all-American hero,” said the President. “At this memorial, on this Holy earth, in the area beyond this wall, and the sky over our heads, we remember the moment when America fought back.”

The 40 passengers and crew members of flight 93 are believed to have prevented a larger attack and fight against the terrorists who hijacked the plane. The field in Shanksville, Pa. where the plane crashed, is just a 20-minute flight from the U.S. Capitol.

#NeverForget #September11th

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) September 11, 2018

Trump, in a passionate address that honored the dead and their families, said that her “tears are shed alone, they share in the grief with an entire nation.”

“We honor their sacrifice by promising to never retreat in the face of evil and do what it takes to keep America safe,” Trump said.

The President recalled the history of this day to place passengers and crew members “, their final calls home, whispering those eternal words, ” I love you.'”

“Brave, the cockpit is calculated. They attacked the enemy. They fought until the end. And they kept the forces of terror and defeat this evil, terrible, evil plan,” Trump said. “Through their sacrifice, the 40 saved the lives of countless Americans and saved our Capitol from a devastating blow.”

Trump called the “monument to American defiance”,” the new memorial, sharing a “message to the world—America will never submit to the tyranny.”

“As commander-in-chief, I will always do everything possible to prevent what is in my power, that the terrorists said to be in the possession of striking American soil,” Trump. “17 years ago, and 40 incredible men and women all over the world showed that no force on earth will ever conquer the American spirit …We cherish her memory and legacy.”

The new Shanksville memorial called “The Tower of Voices”, which stands 93 meters high. The tower holds 40 wind chimes to honor the 40 victims of flight 93.

“The tower of voices” memorial honours the fallen of 40 passengers and crew of flight 93.


Vice President Pence, visited Shanksville in the last year, on Tuesday, presided over a ceremony at the Pentagon, delivers a tearful address, and the knowledge that around a quarter of the U.S. population was born after the 9/11 attacks 17 years ago.

“We gather here today, to reflect, to remember what we remember the fallen, their families and the heroes of that day. But rest assured, we also collect here, to ensure that each subsequent generation knows the story of what happened that dark day, and understands why,” Pence said. “We must learn the lessons of 11. September, and always remain vigilant in defense of our nation and of our people.”

The Vice President added that the terrorists, the effort carried out the “attacks, not only the lives of our people and crumble our buildings, but they hoped, to our spirit.”

“You have failed,” Pence said.

Pence, the administration touted the efforts to strengthen the military, the “re-support” of the armed forces. “We can overcome any challenge that we are United to triumph over all evil, and we remain, as a nation, under God,” Pence said, with the completion of a delivery of the Irish prayer.

Trump on Tuesday under a proclamation signed, with the designation of Sept. Honor 11, 2018 “Patriot day 2018″, the victims of the tragic terrorist attacks, ” nearly two decades ago, and “everyone’s hero, gave her life to protect, because on this day, our security.”

Trump’s full statement, tweeted jointly by the White House Director of Social Media Dan Scavino Jr, retweeted: “#NeverForget #September11th.”

The proclamation, signed on 17. The anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, pays tribute to “the memories of the souls that we have lost,” and pays “homage to all the patriots who sacrificed their lives in defense of freedom.”

“On Patriot Day, we honor the memory of the nearly 3,000 precious lives we lost on September 11, 2001, and any hero that has given their lives since that day protecting our safety and our freedom,” the proclamation says. “We come together today, this time to call lots of truth: If America is United, no force on earth can break us apart. Our values endure; our people thrive, our Nation, and the memory of our love never fades.”

The cash flow statement shows “that fateful Tuesday … collapsed in horror and fear, when the radical Islamist terrorists carried out an unprecedented attack on an hourly homeland”.

“Through the dust and the ash, were we squashed a resilient and united, but not broken,” the statement said.

White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders also tweeted Tuesday early America promotes resilience:

“17 years old, we received a terrible reminder of the evil in our world. In the middle of the terrible tragedy that America stood strong. We will never be the same, but we will always be resilient. Today, we honor the memory of those who died, and those who protect us. #NeverForget”

17 years old, we received a terrible reminder of the evil in our world. In the middle of the terrible tragedy that America stood strong. We will never be the same, but we will always be resilient. Today, we honor the memory of those who died, and those who protect us. #NeverForget

— Sarah Sanders (@PressSec) September 11, 2018

Brooke Singman is a political Reporter for Fox News. You can follow her on Twitter at @Brooke FoxNews.

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