The former New York City mayor said Wednesday that he heard the Democratic presidential nominee “say one day that she was there that day,” at Ground Zero after the attacks on the World Trade Center towers.
“Don’t tell me you belong to our very, very tight group of ‘Never Forget.’”
Giuliani was right about one thing: Clinton, who was a New York senator at the time, was not there on the day of the attacks because she was at the Capitol in Washington D.C., near the Pentagon, which was also under attack on 9/11.
However, as The Washington Post points out, Clinton flew to Manhattan the very next day on one of the few government planes that were allowed to travel. She was even photographed alongside Giuliani as the two toured the aftermath in Ground Zero.
Hours after the Florida Trump rally, Guiliani walked back his remarks on Clinton’s whereabouts on 9/11. “I made a mistake,” he told The Associated Press. “I’m wrong and I apologize.”