Trump honors veterans at New York ceremony: 'The glory of your deeds will only grow greater with time'
Added 11-11-19 12:29:02pm EST - “President Trump honored U.S. veterans? and declared it is now the country's duty to "serve and protect them," as he kicked off a ceremony before the 100th New York City Veterans Day Parade on Monday.” - Foxnews.com
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President Trump honored U.S. veterans and declared it is now the country's duty to "serve and protect them," as he kicked off a ceremony before the 100th New York City Veterans Day Parade on Monday.
The president delivered remarks prior to a wreath-laying ceremony. Accompanied by first lady Melania Trump, he was the first sitting president to attend the event.
“To each veteran of the war, the glory of your deeds will only grow greater with time,” Trump said, as he honored veterans in attendance, including World War II vets such as one of the parade’s grand marshals, Hershel “Woody” Williams.
And Trump reaffirmed the country's commitment to those who served: “Now it is our duty to serve and protect them.”
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