On a sad day, several celebrities and public officials took time to share words of encouragement, because today is the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. Former President Barack Obama shared a lengthy note on Twitter, and Donald Trump also issued a statement, to name a few.Since Donald is still Permanent ban From Twitter, his communications director, Taylor Budovich, used his Twitter account to share a video of Donald’s remarks. In the clip, Donald thanked the brave first responders who played an important role.
“For the great people of our country, this is a very sad day. September 11 represents the great grief of our country,” Donald said. “A lot of things were shown that day, including the most important thing is the bravery of our police, firefighters and various first responders.” As he continued, Donald talked about the current problems in Afghanistan. He stated that it was a sad moment due to the nature of our war against those who hurt our country last week.
However, Donald did not stop there. He quickly shifted from talking about Afghanistan to calling on President Joe Biden’s response to current issues. Donald claimed: “The leader of our country is made to look like a fool. This is never allowed to happen. This is caused by bad plans, incredible weaknesses, and leaders who really don’t understand what’s going on.” Donald continued. Explain that this is the 20th year of this war, and the United States should have been in a year of victory, honor, and strength. He further stated that, on the contrary, Joe Biden and his incompetent government ended in failure.
Donald further insulted the national leader. He said: “We will live, but unfortunately, our country will be harmed for a long time. We will work hard to recover from the embarrassment caused by this incompetence.” Before ending the video, he made a final statement, saying: “America will become great again.”
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