Biden’s tribute to 9/11 victims

Joe Biden paid tribute to the 3,000 victims of the September 11, 2001 attacks on Sunday at the Pentagon, the State Department headquarters where one of four hijacked planes crashed 21 years ago. Kamala Harris was at the memorial ceremony in New York, and Jill Biden traveled to Pennsylvania. The American president shared the message that Queen Elizabeth II, who died on Thursday September 8, had then sent to the American people, then he insisted on the importance of democracy.

Sunday September 11, in front of the Pentagon, Joe Biden remembered the almost 3000 victims, all the Americans who sacrificed their lives until the capture of Osama Bin Laden, and reaffirmed that the United States remained on its guards to prevent any further terrorist attack.

“We will never forget, we will never give up,” he said. Our commitment to preventing another attack on the United States is unending.”

Then Joe Biden took up the defense of democracy, this value at the very heart of the design of the United States: “It is not enough to defend democracy once a year or from time to time. It’s something we have to do every day. It is therefore not only a momentous day, but also a day of renewal and determination for every American.


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