Trump: It’s An “Easy Question” Whether I’ll Run Again

Axios reports:

Former President Donald Trump struck a divisive tone as he visited New York City on Saturday, opting not to participate in the official ceremony at Ground Zero honoring the victims of the terrorist attacks. Trump skipped the day’s official events in lieu of his campaign-style appearance with first responders. He is also scheduled to provide commentary for a pay-per-view boxing match Saturday night in Florida.

The 45th president’s remarks were in sharp contrast to the calls for unity from President Biden, Vice President Harris and former President George W. Bush, who alluded to the Capitol insurrection and the dangers of homegrown extremists in his own remarks in Shanksville, Pennsylvania. Standing in front of first responders at the 17th Precinct station house in East Midtown, Trump said: “I’ll say it loud. You know, you’re not supposed to say that. We love the blue.”

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