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From the World Trade Center site.
To the panic got to Shanksville Pennsylvania Americans today pay tribute to the victims of the September 11 terror attacks.
We spoke with the Senator John McCain about his memories of nine elevenths and then national security matters our nation still faces.
Senator nice to season thank -- better.
Today a very sound day four for America actually for people around the world where were you on 9/11.
Right here right here where we're speaking -- nice.
There and then of course.
Signal for us to evacuate the building took place to this day you know we'll never know where.
The plane that crashed in Pennsylvania was headed.
And then everybody evacuated and we stood for a long time outside.
Capital here around the grounds here and then.
Unfortunately there was a staffer of mine who had a apartment a couple of blocks away and we went over there and spent time with -- -- I could get to my residence but it was.
And I don't know an American will ever forget where they -- that day the other day you know we -- -- -- always my age remember woo when Jack Kennedy was shot.
It's funny rush going up my father would talk about Pearl Harbor and I thought white -- but that old -- as a child.
You know and now you know every 9/11 you know who can forget the sight of those planes going in the World Trade Center in and of course how everything happened here in Washington.
And in that.
It was the worst of times in the best of times because the best of times was what people -- those -- went into the buildings those that.
Carried out and risked their lives turned to save that of others so it.
You know that those people those quote first responders were the best of America and I am very pleased to note that we continued on them.
But these are very turbulent times of continued to be so most notably what's going on at least in the Middle East.
Prime minister Netanyahu was hoping to get a red line trying to -- -- delineate you know what when action be taken against Iran and what action.
-- -- -- Clinton says that there aren't going to be red lines.
Today reported that Netanyahu was reported said those in the Internet to community who.