This September 11th marks the 22nd anniversary of the tragic attacks that stained the pages of history. President Biden will be the first president not to travel to New York City to commemorate the attack. Instead, he will be heading to Alaska after going on a short tour of Asia.
The president, alongside First Lady Jill Biden, will pay their respects at the Pentagon Memorial, which honors those who perished in the attacks in 2001. Furthermore, Vice President Kamala Harris and Second Gentleman Doug Emhoff will participate in a commemoration ceremony in New York City at the 9/11 Memorial and Museum.
Biden will attend the Group of 20 Summit in New Delhi, India, from Sept. 7-10, and he will visit Vietnam on Sept. 10 as well, the White House confirmed Monday.
This is speculation but we noticed something and it first happened not long ago.
Biden was at the beach in Delaware amid the disaster in Maui. Before embarking to Maui he had to take a few days off at Lake Tahoe.
Like I said, this is speculation but we’ve all watched Joe’s behavior it’s not stellar, and traveling to an area with a six-hour time difference could be rough for him. So staffers may have split the trip. Fly him to the west coast let him adjust then send him to Maui.
You’ll notice on his return to Maui he stopped back at Lake Tahoe before returning to Washington.
Now on the anniversary, Biden is headed to Alaska of all places after he visits Vietnam on the 10th.
The event marks an important place in history as the country remembers and honors those who lost their lives, their families, and those who courageously served their country and responded to the attacks.
Unfortunately, Biden is too busy to be in New York City to honors those who perished.