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President Trump has created a fund that provides health care reimbursements for first responders in the 9/11 terrorist attack on Monday

Trump signs bill that compensation for first-aiders 9/11 never runs out, says: & # 39; I was there too! & # 39; because he is proud to be on Ground Zero and Giuliani & # 39; greatest mayor & # 39; calls

  • President Trump has created a fund that provides health care reimbursements for first responders in the 9/11 terrorist attack on Monday
  • He signed a double bill during a rose garden ceremony where Rudy Giuliani, his former lawyer and the then mayor of New York, was also present.
  • Trump is called Giuliani, known as & # 39; America & # 39; s Mayor & # 39; since the gruesome attack on Ground Zero, the & # 39; greatest mayor & # 39; of the country during the event
  • He noted that he visited the site himself just after the horrific terror attack. & # 39; I was there too, but I don't consider myself the first answering machine & # 39;
  • There were no Democrats present and it was unclear whether the current New York leaders were invited to the ceremony
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President Trump has created a fund that provides health care reimbursements for first responders in the 9/11 terrorist attack on Monday.

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He signed a double bill during a rose garden ceremony where Rudy Giuliani, his former lawyer and the then mayor of New York, was also present.

Trump was called Giuliani, known as the & # 39; mayor of America & # 39; since the gruesome attack on Ground Zero, the & # 39; greatest mayor & # 39; of the country during the event where he noticed that he visited the site himself just after the horrific terror attack.

& # 39; I was there too, but I don't consider myself a first responder, & # 39; he said. & # 39; But I was down there. I spent a lot of time there with you. & # 39;

President Trump has created a fund that provides health care reimbursements for first responders in the 9/11 terrorist attack on Monday

President Trump has created a fund that provides health care reimbursements for first responders in the 9/11 terrorist attack on Monday

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The president calls New York City home, born and raised there. He has spoken countless times in the past about the terrorist attack that brought down the Twin Towers.

He spoke to a crowd of primarily first responders when he signed the bill in the Rose Garden on Monday during the event that attended the New York Republican Peter King.

No democratic legislators were at the event, according to a guest list that the White House handed out to reporters. Both New York senators are democrats.

Jon Stewart, the former presenter of the Daily Show, who helped put pressure on the pivot to make the fund permanent, wasn't in the White House either.

DailyMail.com did not immediately hear back from New York's office Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, currently a presidential candidate, or her campaign.

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A spokesperson for New York senator Chuck Schumer told DailyMail.com: & # 39; We received an invitation from the White House on Saturday, July 27 at 12:25 pm at 12:25 pm, but already had a long-standing commitment to New York state. & # 39;

It was not immediately clear whether other notables such as New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, mayor of New York Bill de Blasio or former New York Senator Hillary Clinton were invited to the event.

A White House official told DailyMail.com in the background that & # 39; all members of Congress & # 39; had received invitations.

George Pataki, the former governor of the state and a republican, was the event, according to the White House guest list.

He signed a two-part bill during a rose garden ceremony where Rudy Giuliani, his former lawyer and the then mayor of New York, was also present

He signed a two-part bill during a rose garden ceremony where Rudy Giuliani, his former lawyer and the then mayor of New York, was also present

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He signed a two-part bill during a rose garden ceremony where Rudy Giuliani, his former lawyer and the then mayor of New York, was also present

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