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Today as we mark the twelfth anniversary of 9/11 we must all remember.
The first responders who gave their lives to save others and those who continue to keep us safe.
Peter Johnson junior is in lower Manhattan.
Today with more Peter.
Joining me you know -- -- -- commissioner Ray Kelly.
New Yorkers and Americans know -- -- say a prayer every night parade fairly.
Keeping it safe here and in New York which found that eleven or twelve years -- few of us.
Two mark this.
Rebuilding of of Manhattan but to commemorate a terrible terrible loss loss of police officers firefighters and first responders.
Thank you for doing what you've done for our country and the president's book about Syria last night and about whether we would engage in military strike on Syria and what does that mean for New York.
Prison for terror.
The states -- then Baghdad.
Overall it's gotten much smaller after nine elevenths obviously we have to look at.
The whole world landscape if you will if there is any military effort.
And Syria we have to be concerned about some -- Wolf back here and we know that Hezbollah and Iran have done at least fifteen -- It's brilliant when you're in and around the world went here here and it happened in fact you have -- -- -- murder and the Saudi Arabia about living here in the United States.
We have to plan for that that sort of thing obviously we hope it doesn't happen but -- you -- -- -- And the NYPD and you specifically have been involved with maybe stopping it doesn't plots that we know about.
What was disturbing to a lot of New Yorkers and Americans was.
That none of the mayoral candidates.
In the end days and weeks leading up to yesterday's election.
Consulted the police department or you about the terror issues.
Facing this city how important is it in terms of our livelihood are commerce our ability to go forward in a way that makes this.
The greatest city in the.
Well it's very important.
An emblem workers -- He's done an awful lot this season after public safety with the foundation.
About everything good that happened in the city.
So here's something bad happens to come to perform work has to be in my character and one of the three -- four copies.
Next -- There's ample time to talk about it yesterday candidates -- not -- Up until now but quite frankly they have been asked about it either -- quite a meeting so I think mine -- and -- went.
Let -- should the media be asking these candidates for mayor in.
In the -- What's your view of the different in New York City.
You have any plan to change state policies that are in place now that we spend a lot of money from within.
No question about it and you know and here.
Or are kind of the budget is going to be very tight right coming up like we know that so.
People going to be looking to reduce current tonight.
I mean this is a legitimate question.
Because over the top of the terrorist target -- you have a.
-- of experience a decorated marine the -- street cop in New York City a lawyer an incredible.
We well educated person but you've seen tragedy in the inner city I saw you up close and personal in 93 of the first World Trade Center bombing where you responded.
On 9/11 you were not the police commissioner.
What was your experience on that day and what does -- tell you about.
The indefatigable the incredible Americans.
Fear that we are living.
You're right Americans losing -- They.
-- -- -- Rather small plane.
-- -- When the building.
We had a good time.
Writing and people found an -- -- were building the don't know -- like -- on top of it here.
Just -- okay terrific tonight.
Tonight -- in 1993.
We've been sitting in the lobby and we'll return -- engineers.
I remembered so.
Think we've been saying that -- building could never come down.
And it did it and the new building is supposed to be the strongest in the world that's in part because of some of the efforts that you took to make sure that it was commissioner Ray Kelly.
As an Americanism here but thank you your service but thanks for being here on FOX & Friends this morning -- inner city thing.
-- and Peter and commissioner thank you very much down.
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