President Joe Biden will visit the three 9/11 memorials to mark the 20th anniversary of the September 11 attacks and to pay tribute to the nearly 3,000 people who died that day.
The White House said Saturday that Biden will visit the memorial outside New York City, the Pentagon and Shanks Valley in Pennsylvania, where United Flight 93 was forced. She will be accompanied by First Lady Jill Biden.
Vice President Kamala Harris The White House says it will travel to Shanksville, Pennsylvania, for a separate ceremony before the president joins the Pentagon. Harris will travel with his wife, Doug Emmov.
BidenTravelogue is like a president. Barack Obama On the occasion of the 10th anniversary in 2011 attacks. Obama’s visit to New York City coincided with the inauguration of a memorial to the site of the famous World Trade Center Towers.
Next week’s birthday comes less than two weeks after the end of nearly two decades of American war. Afghanistan. The war was launched a few weeks after the 9/11 attacks in order to retaliate against al-Qaeda conspirators and the Taliban, who provided them with safe havens.
Biden has won popular support for ending the conflict, but he has also faced strong criticism from allies in the last two weeks of August for pulling US troops and allied Afghans out of chaos.
Biden on Friday directed that some documents relating to the 9/11 attacks be referred to the families of those who have long sought records in the hope of trapping the Saudi government.
Disputes between the government and families over what kind of information can be made public surfaced last month when many relatives, survivors and first responders said that if they remained in the classification of documents, 9 We will object to Biden’s participation in the 9/11 commemorations.