Trump Addresses D-Day Veterans from Plane, While Biden Visits Normandy


Former President Donald Trump connected with four D-Day veterans from his plane, according to a Truth Social post on Thursday.

One veteran expressed gratitude towards Trump, to which he replied, “Well, it’s an honor to listen to you. It’s a real honor.”

Trump added, “I want to thank you all. And I’ll make you a deal. I’ll see you in the White House in January — you’ll be my first group. I’ll see you in the White House in January, OK?”

Trump further posted on Truth Social:

Today, we honor the immortal heroes who landed at Normandy 80 years ago. The men of D-Day will live forever in history as among the bravest, noblest, and greatest Americans ever to walk the earth. They shed their blood, and thousands gave their lives, in defense of American Freedom. They are in our hearts today and for all time.

Meanwhile, President Joe Biden faced criticism online for seemingly attempting to sit on a nonexistent chair during a D-Day ceremony in Normandy, France. He was escorted offstage by Jill Biden while French President Emmanuel Macron individually greeted the D-Day veterans.

Kristina Wong
Kristina Wong
Pentagon Correspondent.

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