President Trump has always been a true patriot throughout his life and it was on full display back on Sept. 13, 2001, in an interview just days after the 9/11 attacks that brought down the World Trade Center towers.

New York City and the nation were still reeling from the horrific terrorist attacks when Donald Trump vowed to help rebuild the city and to acknowledge the courage of the first responders.

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Trump was focused on giving acknowledgment to the men and women who were going through the debris looking for survivors.

“I have hundreds of men inside working right now and we’re bringing down another 125 in a little while. They’ve never done work like this before, Its terrible” said Trump.

“Not only is it devastating, but its very dangerous because every few minutes a whistle would go off and everybody would just run because you have all the buildings around it which are in such a weakened state that people just don’t know,” he continued.

“It’s a terrible thing for the workers and it’s a terrible thing for the world, really,” he went on.

Trump had kind words of support for the workers who refused to quit.

“The great thing is when they find somebody that’s alive, like the five firemen they just found a little while ago, so that’s the great thing and that’s what they’re all striving for, but generally speaking that’s not the case,” Trump said.

Contrast this to the 2016 election when Trump was attacked viciously by liberals for pointing out Muslims in New Jersey celebrated the 9/11 attacks. This is clearly a case of misplaced anger.

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