Many New Yorkers who saw the devastation of 9/11 firsthand wondered what was going through the mind of President Trump, who lived in NYC at the time, as firefighters dug through the rubble in search of survivors.
Who cares about one one of the biggest tragedies in world history if it means my building is now the biggest.— Stephen Hardcastle (@stedja44) September 11, 2017
It was false even then. 70 Pine Street, built in in 1932, became the tallest building in lower Manhattan after the Twin Towers fell.— Chuck Graef (@chuckgraef) September 11, 2017
So, to paraphrase anything Trump ever says:— Slow Life ☕️🇪🇺 (@eyespyhifi) September 11, 2017
"It's not about that, it's about me"
The clip, which would be a career-ending piece of evidence for any other politician, will likely have no effect on Trump's conservative base.
Bigger, better, taller, larger, smarter....all Trump thinks about is size. Classic Dunning-Kruger effect (incompetence).— Edward F. White, Jr. (@BetterEd69) September 11, 2017