Joe and Jill Biden, along with Obama and Clinton, paid tribute to those killed in the September 11 attack.
President Joe Biden, 70, and his wife Dr. Gil Biden, 70, joined a former politician Barack Obama, 60 and Bill ClintonThe 75th commemorates the 20th anniversary of the September 11 attacks.They also joined Hillary Clinton with Michelle Obama When they stood with sullen faces where the World Trade Center building collapsed twenty years ago.
The president shared on Instagram a pessimistic message about the anniversary of the country’s worst terrorist attack. “Twenty years ago, nearly 3,000 people had their lives shortened by the indescribable cowardice and hateful behavior of 9/11. As a country, we must never forget the people who were lost in one of the darkest moments in our history and The enduring suffering of their families and loved ones,” he wrote. At the same time, Barack wrote a message on Instagram emphasizing the importance of “reflecting on what we have learned” in the 20 years after the attack.
“The list of courses is very long and it is constantly increasing. But one thing that became clear in the 9/11 incident — it has become clear since then — is that the United States has always been the home of heroes. The right thing goes to danger,” he wrote. “For Michelle and me, the enduring image of that day was more than just a collapsed tower or a smoldering wreck. It was firefighters running up the stairs while others ran down. The passengers decided to rush into the cockpit. , Knowing that this might be their last scene. In the next few days, volunteers showed up in recruiter offices across the country, willing to risk their lives.” Continue reading more celebrities writing tribute to those who lost their lives Information.
Mark Wahlberg On September 11, he thanked first responders on social media. “Twenty years ago, but it felt like yesterday. We have all changed forever. Think of those who have left and their loved ones missing them now and forever.” He wrote, adding the hashtag, “#NeverForget #ThankYouFirstResponders # UnitedWeStand.”
Vanessa Bryant I shared a mural that created an image of the New York City skyline and the faces of those who died in grief. “Dear New York, we [love] you! Our heart is with you forever. 9/11,” she captioned her post.
Sarah Jessica Parker
Sarah Jessica ParkerI have lived in New York for most of my life and shared a photo of a subway station on Instagram. “always.
A generation [love] New York,” she wrote.
Former Major League Baseball star Alex Rodriguez Recall where he was in the 9/11 incident of 2001. “I can’t believe that 20 years have passed since one of the worst days in our country’s history,” he began. “I remember waking up in the Bay Area because we were scheduled to play A-level matches. I was just shocked and heartbroken by the terrible things that happened in my hometown of New York State. Twenty years have passed and the pain has not disappeared. Today, Let us remember and remember all those we lost and all those affected by this tragedy. Remember our brave first responders, the families of the victims and the way we unite as a nation.”