Joe Biden And Mike Pence Meet At 9/11 Memorial
Former And Current VP Joe Biden And Mike Pence Bump Elbows As The Two Keep Politics Aside On 9/11!: Yesterday was the day when not only Americans but the entire world shook with a shock when the worst terror attack hit the World Trade Center on America. Exactly 19 years ago, Al-Qaeda executed a terror attack that broke the twin tower.
It killed almost 3000 people with more than 25,000 people getting injured. There was a gathering at 9/11 on the 19th anniversary of the event to pay respect to people who lost lives. Former and current Vice-President Joe Biden and Mike Pence came at the same time and greeted each other with no bitter moment.
Joe Biden And Mike Pence Bump Elbows At 9/11 Memorial
It was a unique frame to see Joe and Mike greet each other. Moreover, the two bumped their elbows with each other, which has replaced handshakes and in the era of coronavirus. It was interesting to see them greet each other cordially even as the elections are nearing with each day. Their better halves accompanied the two, and all of them paid respect to the lost lives.
Joe Biden Refuses To Make Political Comments At 9/11 Memorial
Joe Biden made it a point to refrain from any political comments on a day that got earmarked for mourning. To keep away from any dirty politics, the party has also taken down the election advertisements for a day. He said:
“I’m not gonna make any news today. I’m not gonna talk about anything other than 9/11. We took all our advertising down, it’s a solemn day, and that’s how we’re going to keep it, OK?”
Donald Trump Pays His Respect On 9/11 In Shanksville
Donald Trump was not in the 9/11 memorial but paid his respect in Shanksville. He said:
“The heroes of Flight 93 are an everlasting reminder that no matter the danger, no matter the threat, no matter the odds, America will always rise up, stand tall and fight back. In the days and weeks after 9/11, citizens of all faiths, backgrounds, colours, and creeds came together, prayed together, mourned together, and rebuilt together.”