9/11 name reader calls on US lawmakers to unite: “It shouldn’t take another tragedy”


The nephew of a 1993 World Trade Center bombing victim made an emotional appeal for national unity during the 9/11 memorial ceremony on Sunday at the National September 11 Memorial & Museum in New York City.

The big picture: Vice President Kamala Harris and Second Mr. Doug Emhoff joined Mayor Eric Adams and former Mayor Michael Bloomberg at the Ground Zero ceremony, 21 years after the World Trade Center attacks.

  • The event included brief statements from some of the victims’ relatives, but traditionally not a single politician spoke.
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What he says: “It took a tragedy to unite our country. Back then, no one cared if you were Republican, Democrat, age, race, ethnicity – we were united. It took a tragedy to unite us,” said the speaker, who identified only himself. as the cousin of a victim of the 1993 bombing.

  • “I want to remind you all [politicians] it wouldn’t take another tragedy to unite our country. Because if I have to be on this podium again or another podium for another event because of the loss of life due to dereliction of duty, it’s going to hurt.”
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