For a guy who supposedly didn’t win the 2020 presidential election, Donald Trump receives more love from the American people than any president in recent history – or maybe ever.

That was made evident even more so on 9/11 when he visited the NYPD and FDNY to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the September 11th terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and Pentagon that took nearly 3,000 American lives.

 

20 years ago, New York’s brave police officers and fire fighters selflessly ran inside the collapsing twin towers to save Americans from their deaths. About 400 of them never came out.

Upon visiting the heroes who serve New York City, Trump was ecstatically greeted by fire fighters who broke out into applause when the 45th president arrived. One of the men is seen in a video grinning ear-to-ear wearing a MAGA hat while shaking Trump’s hand.

 

 

Giving remarks to NYPD and FDNY, Trump said, “We love the Blue. I’ll say it loud. You know, you’re not supposed to say that, but I’ll say it. We love the Blue.”

Meanwhile, one of the few images that surfaced of Biden on Saturday was him bizarrely yelling with his mask down while attending the 9/11 memorial service. Standing alongside him were Bill and Hillary Clinton, the Obamas, Jill Biden, and Michael Bloomberg.

 

 

Aside from the memorial service, Joe Biden made no appearances and did not give a live address to the American people to commemorate the somber day.

The only image of Biden that Americans have to remember is him shouting about who knows what, while standing next to his cronies, disrupting a ceremony honoring the thousands of lives lost during the worst terrorist attacks to ever take place on U.S. soil.

The difference between the two U.S. presidents is remarkable, to say the least.

One spent 9/11 meeting with law enforcement and fire fighters and making remarks to remember those we lost; the other spent the day hanging out with the Democrat political elite and bewilderedly yelling during a memorial service.

Americans deserve better than a disoriented leader who is questionably unaware of his surroundings and not mentally cognitive enough to make live remarks during one of America’s darkest days. But unfortunately, it could be three more years until we elect true leadership back in the White House.