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Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani joined Fox and Friends to take a look back at the tragic events of 9/11 and how his city has rebounded in the 15 years since.

“They didn’t succeed in breaking our spirit,” Giuliani said on Fox and Friends, “The country came right back.”

“New York City recovered faster than anyone thought.”

Today, in the footprint of what was then Ground Zero stands two memorial pools where each of the Twin Towers once stood, as well as a museum, park and new transit hub.

“When we show weakness, they take advantage,” the former mayor said of Islamic terrorists.

He remarked how the United States did not respond forcefully to the U.S.S. Cole bombing or the attacks on east African embassies of the United States.

“Radical Islamic terrorism is a threat to all of us. They don’t distinguish [race, ethnicity or political inclinations]

“They want us to submit or die,” he said.

What do you think? Watch Rudy’s full remarks above and let us know in the comments.


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