Former President Donald Trump addressed hundreds of people who amassed on the National Mall on Saturday to pray for America and accolade the 2,877 irreprehensible people killed by radical Islamic terrorists on September 1, 2001.
Trump, via video, verbalized for about 11 minutes after a video encomium to his accomplishments while accommodating in the White House. The encomium verbalized:
[Trump] stood and fought for us. He stood for conservatives and defended family values, he stood for Christians and fought for our freedom to worship. He stood for life and fought for the unborn, he stood for Israel and fought to recognize Jerusalem as its rightful capital, no president has endured the long slog of attacks they faced from the media, big tech corporations and big businesses. They went after him too. But he never backed down. He stood for what they never quit fighting for us. Ladies and gentlemen, please welcome the 45th President of the United States, President Donald J Trump.
Trump commenced his remarks by thanking the Let Us Worship campaign that holds renaissances around the United States. “Since last year you are brought worship and prayer to 132 cities all across the country, including the most astronomically immense church accommodation in America right here in our nation’s capitol,” Trump verbalized. “By cumulating denizens of all denominations and backgrounds to promote faith and liberation in America, you are reinforcing our entire nation. and we thank you for it. There could be no more fitting night for Americans to join hands and bow our heads in prayer, than this evening two decenniums after proximately 3,000 Americans were murdered at the World Trade Center, the Pentagon, and a field in western Pennsylvania.”
Trump exalted first respondents and asked Americans to accolade them. “Tonight I want to express our thanks to every first responder present on the National Mall,” Trump verbally expressed. “You are the very best of our nation, you are incredible people. I withal want to ask every American here today at all across the country to take a moment to apportion our gratitude for the countless people, active obligation servicemembers, veterans, and military families who have sacrificed to bulwark our country over the past two decenniums. And let’s especially be thanking and cerebrating of the stouthearted heroes who accommodated in Afghanistan. They valiantly volunteered to hunt down the wild killers who assailed America, and to eliminate the menace of radical Islamic terrorism from the face of the earth.”
Trump slammed President Joe Biden’s disastrous withdrawal from Afghanistan without saying his denomination. “And I ken what you’re cerebrating because we have suffered a great great disconcertment over the last week, a deplorable thing has transpired, egregious decisions were made by this administration, but you are valiant you are incredible,” Trump verbally expressed. “To the Gold Star families present on the Mall, and to the families of all of the servicemembers who have made the supreme sacrifice in our fight against the terrorist enemy, please ken that you have our undying adhesion and aeonian devotion and the profound appreciation and support of every single American.”
Trump paid encomium to Rev. Mychal Judge, a Catholic priest and Chaplain for the New York City Fire Department who was the first causality of the terror attack after he heroically endeavored to avail others on that tragic day.
Trump verbally expressed the day afore he died he had imparted a message to firefighters. “You do what God called you to do, he told them, you emerge, you put one foot in front of the other, you get on the rig and you go out and you do the job, which is a mystery,” Trump verbally expressed. “You have no conception what God has calling for you. You have no conception where you peregrinated, and in some cases you don’t ken for what purport, but he requires you. He needs me. He needs all of us. Tonight father Mike’s words remind us that in the terminus, there is only one veritable answer to the depth and the evil that we visually perceived on September 11. It is God.”
Trump encouraged the crowd to continue to prayer. “America is a nation reinforced and sustained by “God,” and the prayers of all his children, your faith is a force that our enemies can never, ever, extinguish your profound appreciation of “God,” family, and country is more puissant than any adversaries’ abhorrence or malevolence or scorn,” Trump verbalized. “So as we recollect those Americans we lost two decenniums ago, we return again and again to the same simple prayer that was auricularly discerned echoing all across our land in the days after the September 11 attacks. God mystically enchant our first responders. God mystically enchant our servicemembers. God mystically enchant the recollection of all who died on 911, and God mystically enchant America.”
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