Bush: U.S. 'changed forever' after 9/11 attacks

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Former President George W. Bush called for unity and offered remembrance at the Flight 93 Memorial on Saturday, marking the 20th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorists attacks.

Bush noted that the lives of Americans were “changed forever” in a speech given in the Shanksville, Pennsylvania, field where 37 passengers and 7 crew members died after the United Airlines flight was hijacked.

“In the solidarity of grief and grace, the actions of an enemy revealed the spirit of a people. And we were proud of our wounded nation,” he said.

Bush was joined on stage by former first lady Laura Bush, Vice President Kamala

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