President Donald Trump saluted the casualties of collided flight 93 in Pennsylvania, the anniversary of the September 11 terrorist attacks. Trump said that this field is now a memorial to American confrontation. This memorial now is a communication to the world. America will always battle the tyrants and never submit to them.
It was a memorandum of opposition in the face of terrorism, broadcasted by a New Yorker president who has occasionally grappled to embrace the role of consoler in chief.
The President commenced the day on an aggressive element, tweeting annoyingly about the Russia probe from the White House as pallbearers were assembling in lower Manhattan at the Pentagon and in the Pennsylvania field where Flight 93 crashed 17 years ago.
When Trumped touched his feet on the ground of Pennsylvania with the first lady, Trump shimmered a ceremonial smile and forced his fists as he welcomed supporters on the tarmac in Johnstown, Pennsylvania.
By the time he entered Shanksville where the family representatives had assembled to recall their near and dear ones; the President had adorned a ceremonious appearance and affixed a commemoration ribbon on his right lapel.
He observed from the podium as a bell resounded and the names of victims were perused distinctly by their survivors. When he stood to express Trump placed securely to the script showering the commuters of the San Francisco-bound flight as valiant and patriotic Americans. The round about 40 passengers and crew tried to regain control of the plane from the terrorists when they came to know about the extant terror attacks at the World Trade Center in New York and at the Pentagon.