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-- talk about a mosque they want to build about a block away from here.
This is the World Trade Center site I was here was on my way to work this boxes mines buried beneath the rubble of 9/11.
Sitting in my closet for years and donating to the 9/11 museum -- Mike Hart trophy people want to place here nine years ago.
If Joseph Eric Eric -- voice -- Estimates put -- in this and so here it is and bucks.
You know I was there and it worked in 93 in the building when they when they -- first time right -- -- -- -- coming over -- in 2001.
There's -- safety deposit box -- was and chase Manhattan buried underneath the rubble.
For two years they told me there is no look nothing is salvageable is going forget about it two years later get a phone call.
It's become -- decent boxes -- anyone here as it did terms I was mind.
Unbelievable we'll take a look inside here so good.
-- -- -- -- -- It's very fragile some movement and -- Some documents in this there's.
This is one this is my babies -- my moms before she -- sends it on she said take care of this it's -- -- and some points.
But couldn't help themselves together and made that one.
And this is two years after two years -- sort of been sitting under there remember that.
It was still burning this year's -- afterwards they're putting water on -- so I assume this is just kind of like -- has been underneath the rubble baking and making it.
You can see the difference in this in the size -- so it just my part I just love the donated to the museum and hopefully guys can.
Yeah this will sell the story this is amazing I mean I think.
You know artifacts like this that are personal people make this story real and for people that are coming from around the world when they come and they're gonna see stuff that they can relate to it.
You know babies when that someone's mother asked him to take care of it just brings the whole of it absolutely real -- sources but truly meaningful to thank you some.
Front of people are dead -- really really appreciate thank you thank you very much.
Syria and -- also was in the building when the bombs went off in 93 and ended in the parking garage and any of the building shook it felt like an earthquake.
Within minutes it's no small.
It gives me enough to get out of building and turn off and I -- everything all of only ambulances and fire trucks relied -- and West Street right out there and listen I was down there they're -- people.
It was scary and then I was like this and it was right across -- river.
Waited my -- to come on over on 9/11 that morning.
And I watched the second plane fly into the tower that watched I don't remember.
Smoke first yeah.
And a massive fireball behind it -- wow wow what is happening and you know as you call -- that the Pentagon we heard the Pentagon students just.
It's crazy absolutely anyway thank you very much I really appreciate everyone here -- Yes this -- a very emotional week doesn't topped with that very emotional for me as well.
You were there you know people you have friends who died.
I felt really -- I'm very proud to be able to do that.
-- -- It's strange and it's great what you did in those of us you know I've given I've given money and I remember being -- one of them probably the most therapeutic thing was evil right out like what your experience -- -- put in a box and I believe that's going to be part of the exhibit down there and helped everyone had so much healing.
In doing things like that and I'm sure whatever this is completed and we wish it would have been -- variety it's going to be a wonderful yeah.
And -- to those one that this tenth anniversary September 11 -- Levin.
-- to open up that big memorial park and then a year later this.
Museums and open maybe I was -- emotional announcing -- evident emotion at this at this in your babies and I mean I haven't significance of ourselves running.
And -- the final words on it yeah I mean I had a lot of friends who were there and I have three who died and I I just I don't talk about her religious and mark and it was what was it like in the Washington I was in the Rayburn House Office Building actually and the people were watching it on TV and then we heard that the Pentagon -- been hit.
And you know what was gonna happen and that fact a lot of people just sort of ran left the building there was no warning nothing.
I actually got stuck in a tunnel -- all the bridges were closed.
I'll agree if there was something there now.
Additional -- their whole conversations that we've had about this mosque of every wanna call it.
Would be very different -- -- -- now -- nine Leslie remembers exactly where they were and what they're doing those planes it.
Thousand -- real quick Robin just this to me he says just spoke trump he called probably sent.
Quote according -- after being extremely critical of the insensitivity of the decision to build.
A mosque at the park place site he goes on to say that if the developer would accept a reasonable.
Profit on -- investment.
He agreed to go east of Broadway he would be doing himself and the rest of us a big.
Faber good point RD two assault Faber just -- that -- take reasonable up -- and that from that presents as a betrayal.
Donald -- -- -- warmer and fuzzier it really isn't there.
A lot of people who hurt and I think it would elevate.
That Muslim people in -- you know relationships between moderate Muslims in America got to leave it there are I -- Mark Levine.
Mimi Roth and run to -- that you -- very much we'll see you guys Monday.
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