Veterans Criticize Biden’s 9/11 Site Absence, Kamala Harris Fills Presidential Void

President Biden chose to attend a 9/11 "memorial service" in Alaska on the attack's 22nd anniversary, sparking criticism. Vice President Kamala Harris represented the administration in NYC.

On the 22nd anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, President Joe Biden faced criticism for attending a “memorial service” in Alaska instead of the traditional sites in New York City.

In previous years, Biden visited all three crash sites and made a speech at the Pentagon. This year, Vice President Kamala Harris represented the administration at the National September 11 Memorial and Museum in Manhattan.

Veterans and politicians expressed disappointment and concern over Biden’s decision, emphasizing the importance of commemorating the victims and upholding American values.

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