Trump’s tweet marking 9/11 anniversary sparks outrage on twitter

– The US president, Donald Trump, was widely criticised on Wednesday, September 11, for his tweet marking the 18th anniversary of the country’s terror attack

– Trump was condemned for making the remembrance about him in the picture attacked he tweeted out

– In the picture, the president stands beside the first lady, Melanin Trump, as the caption “We Will Never Forget” is positioned above them

The United States president, Donald Trump, sparked outrage on twitter on Wednesday, September 11, with his tweet that marked the 18th anniversary of 9/11 attack.

Trump’s tweet was accompanied by a picture of him and the first lady, Melania Trump, as they backed the camera, carrying the caption “We Will Never Forget”.

Many critics on the micro-messaging platform took him to the cleaners for trying to make the anniversary all about himself.

A user of the platform with the name Stephanie Kennedy interpreted the picture to how the president has turned his back against Americans.

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Others said that the president bragged about having the tallest building in Manhattan the same day thousands died.

Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Trump said on Tuesday, September 10, that he asked his national security adviser, John Bolton, to resign.

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The president, in a tweet via his official Twitter handle, cited the reason for his move as strong differences of opinion over how to handle major foreign policy challenges like Iran, North Korea and Afghanistan.

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