George W Bush Denounces US Disunity 20 Years After 9/11 Assaults

George W Bush Denounces US Disunity 20 Years After 9/11 Attacks

George Bush was talking in Shanksville, Pennsylvania, the place the fourth hijacked aircraft got here down (File)

Shanksville, United States:

George W. Bush, who was president throughout 9/11, stated Saturday at a service marking 20 years because the assaults that disunity right this moment made him “fearful” about the way forward for the USA.

“Within the weeks and months following the 9/11 assaults, I used to be proud to steer a tremendous, resilient, united individuals,” Bush stated in Shanksville, Pennsylvania, the place the fourth hijacked aircraft got here down.

“In the case of the unity of America, these days appear distant from our personal,” he continued.

“A lot of our politics has turn into a unadorned attraction to anger, worry, and resentment. That leaves us fearful about our nation and our future collectively.”

Forty individuals, plus 4 hijackers, have been killed when United Airways Flight 93, a Boeing 757 touring from Newark to San Francisco, crashed in Shanksville.

Passengers fought with the hijackers, stopping them from flying the aircraft into their meant goal, believed to be the Congress constructing in Washington DC.

US Vice President Kamala Harris additionally alluded to the polarization of America in her speech at Shanksville, during which she extolled how “in a matter of minutes, in essentially the most dire of circumstances” the passengers of Flight 93 got here collectively “and responded as one” to attempt to retake the aircraft.

“After right this moment, it’s my hope and prayer… that we honor their unity by strengthening our frequent bonds,” she stated.

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