While touting "New York values" during a campaign speech in Buffalo, New York, on Monday, Donald Trump mentioned that he helped to clear rubble at Ground Zero following the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001.
"Everyone who helped clear the rubble -- and I was there, and I watched, and I helped a little bit -- but I want to tell you: Those people were amazing," Trump said. "Clearing the rubble. Trying to find additional lives. You didn't know what was going to come down on all of us -- and they handled it. Every small act of kindness, every great act of courage, those are New York values."
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