Every American will forever remember what happened on September 11, 2001. Even after over 15 years, Americans are still working on making America a safe place for ourselves, and future generations.
Philip Kirschner was a first responder who helped at Ground Zero. According to Breitbart, Kirscher discussed his health, his political beliefs post-9-11, and how he believes that President Trump is a good person and an even better president. He said:
“I want people to learn that he’s a humanitarian, that he reaches out, he donates, he [Donald Trump] did a couple, quite a number, of Angel Flights with groups.”
Even though he now suffers from heart disease and kidney cancer, Kirschner said he doesn’t regret helping people that day. Back in 2001, the Florida hospital refused to send him to the Cleveland Clinic to get the treatment he required.
Years later, Kirschner opened u about how he needed to clear the air about President Trump once and for all. He said:
“He did a couple, quite a number, of Angel Flights with groups. I want people to learn that he’s a humanitarian, that he reaches out, he donates.
This nation is in such dire straits right now. I am a student of history, and when you change the language and when you dumb it down and you change the moral and ethical code of a nation, things like Nazi Germany could happen. That’s my concern.”
Kirschner added how he would never vote for Hillary Clinton. His cited reason at the time was that he believes her “relationship with the Muslim Sisterhood is counterproductive to American values.”
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