FLASHBACK TO THE TIME HILLARY LIED About Where She Was On 9-11: “I Was In New York City On 9-11” [VIDEO].
In memory of the terror attack that shook our country on this day 17 years ago, I first off, want to thank the first responders who walked through the ashes and rubble to save those who were injured and my condolences to all who lost a loved one that day. Here is a flash back to a couple of years ago, 2016, when Hillary was on the campaign trail right after the shooting at a Florida nightclub.
After the terror attack at the Pulse nightclub Hillary wanted to make a statement and assure America that she would protect us and defeat ISIS. Hahaha! And even more hilarious, while she was giving this speech she mentioned that she was in New York on the day of 9/11… She wasn’t.
Hillary says she was in New York City on 9/11 (She wasn’t) pic.twitter.com/3ppmncpeTI
— Charlie Spiering (@charliespiering) November 2, 2016
According to Politico, Hillary wasn’t in New York on 9/11 as her speech proclaimed.
As a United States Senator she was in Washington D.C. at her home in Whitehaven when the first plane hit the World Trade Center. She spent most of the day reacting to the attacks in media interviews and joined her colleagues singing “God Bless America” on the Capitol Hill steps.
Clinton actually flew to New York on September 12th with Chuck Schumer and Democratic Congressman Charlie Rangel. Is it her old age that made her forget or does it just get really hard for her to juggle all of her lies? Clinton did tour the disaster site that day with Congressman Rangel but she returned to Washington D.C. that evening.
Donald Trump, on the other hand, was there on 9/11 watching from the office window of his 71-story building as the smoke drifted from the Twin Towers just 4 miles away from his building. He talked briefly with a reporter from the New York Times, Randal C. Archibold, after the disaster happened.
What Archibold remembers about the conversation, he said, wasn’t so much what Trump said but how he said it.
“He wasn’t bombastic in any way,” Archibold said. “There was no anger or bile in his voice. I remember he was, I think, like everybody else, in shock and dismayed at what happened…”