President Trump Speaks At Pentagon On 9/11: “America Cannot Be Intimidated” (VIDEO)

President Trump gave a solemn and inspiring speech during the 9/11 observance at the Pentagon today. He acknowledged all of the victims and vowed they would never be forgotten.

Here’s a partial transcript via the FOX News Insider:

Trump at Pentagon 9/11 Memorial: ‘Americans Defiantly Raise the Stars and Stripes’

President Trump spoke at the Pentagon Memorial on Monday to commemorate the sixteenth anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks.

“America cannot be intimidated, and those who try will soon join the long list of enemies who dared to test our mettle,” Trump said to a crowd including family members of victims.

“Where they left a mark with fire and rubble Americans defiantly raise the stars and stripes.”

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“Our whole world changed. America was under attack,” the president said of the Tuesday in 2001. “It was the worst attack on our country since Pearl Harbor.”

“This was an attack on civilians, innocent men, women, and children,” he reminded, pledging we will never forget the victims.

Trump took a hard line with enemies of America, including terrorists.

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“American forces are relentlessly pursuing and destroying the enemies of all civilized people,” he assured.

Watch the video below:

Trump struck just the right tone for this day. It was a great speech.


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