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Major General Brian S. Eifler Requests a 9/11 Victims’ Moment of Silence in Alaska – Watch Biden’s Reaction

President Biden, fresh off a four-day trip to Asia, marked the anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on Monday by honoring service members and first responders in Alaska.

“We’ll never forget that when faced with evil, when an enemy sought to tear us apart, we endured,” Biden told a crowd of more than 1,000 people at a cavernous hangar on Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson in Anchorage.

The 11th Airborne Division band boomed as Air Force One touched down Monday afternoon. Inside the hangar, rows of troops — some of whom were not yet born when the planes crashed into the twin towers — listened as Biden, standing in front of an oversized American flag and next to a CH-47 Chinook helicopter, emphasized the base’s importance to U.S. national security.

Biden was lost again and it seems that POTUS doesn’t know how to stand during a moment of silence!

Watch what happened when General Brian S. Eifler requested for a moment of silence:

He has no clue how to stand for a moment of silence.

The White House’s explanation to Peter Doocy for why Biden didn’t visit ground zero today was “22 years after Pearl Harbor, presidents were not still going to visit Hawaii.”

A few months before the 22nd anniversary of Pearl Harbor in 1963, JFK literally did just that.

Like that wasn’t enough Biden almost tripped getting off the helicopter when he got back in DC.

Biden and his predecessors have typically marked the anniversary of the terrorist attacks at one of the three sites where nearly 3,000 people died in New York, Virginia and Pennsylvania. But the president’s trip to India for the Group of 20 summit and Vietnam meant he would reach U.S. soil only in time for a West Coast stop.

Instead, several Biden administration officials fanned out across Sept. 11 memorial sites to mark the anniversary.