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The president Pays tribute to those who were on the United Flight 93 and died in September 11 attacks Donald Trump delivered a sobering, patriotic speech at a memorial service in Shanksville, Pennsylvania. The president paid tribute to those who died on Flight 93 during the September 11th attacks. Meanwhile, Joe Biden and Mike Pence marked the 19th anniversary at a memorial ceremony at Ground Zero. This year's September 11 memorial was altered in order to adhere to safety precautions around COVID-19. Mourners gathered at the 9/11 museum where they listened to a pre-recorded reading of the names .
President Donald Trump on Friday vowed that America will always 'rise up' and 'fight back' when under attack as he paid tribute to the 40 people who died on United Flight 93 when they brought down the plane in a field in Shanks ville, Pennsylvania. In a sobering and patriotic speech at the national memorial, Trump praised the '40 towering patriots' who he said took charge and changed the course of history forever' as al Qaeda hijackers were flying the plane toward Washington. '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,' the president said. 'The only thing that stood between the enemy and a deadly strike at the heart of American democracy was the courage and resolve of 40 men and women. 'Our sacred task, our righteous duty, and our solemn pledge, is to carry forward the noble legacy of the brave souls who gave their lives for us 19 years ago,' he said.