Twenty-two years later, 9/11 is still remembered as one of the most horrific events in American history.

Every year, politicians, celebrities, and many New Yorkers make the trip to Ground Zero to mourn the thousands of Americans who lost their lives and the heroic sacrifices of the country’s armed forces and first responders who answered the call on that day.

The past three Presidents made it a point to address Americans from one of the three crash sites on 9/11, but Biden was too busy globe-trotting to make it in time as he stopped in Alaska on the way back from a state visit in Vietnam.

He reportedly sent Vice President Kamala Harris to Ground Zero in his place.

This is not the first time that Biden was derelict in his duties to the American citizens whom he was elected to represent, as he still hasn’t visited the residents of East Palestine seven months after a train derailment but made the time to visit Ukraine just two weeks after the tragedy.

FOX News White House Correspondent Peter Doocy asked a Biden spokesperson why he was not present at Ground Zero or any of the crash sites on 9/11.  The response may shock even Biden’s most ardent supporters.


“The analogy that I was given is that 22 years after Pearl Harbor, U.S. Presidents were not still going to visit Hawaii,” Doocy said.

Biden instead addressed Americans from a military base in Anchorage, Alaska, over 3,000 miles from the site of the tragic events of 9/11.


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