Former Mayor Rudy Giuliani has been reflecting on the September 11, 2001 attacks with the media, because what else is he gonna do? In an interview with Good Day New York, "I believe most Americans realize that we can never forget. We can't forget the heroism and the bravery but we also can't forget the struggle is still going on. It's not like Pearl Harbor. The same people that did this are still trying to kill us. Islamic extremist terrorists are at war with us."

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The mayor, who made an unsuccessful run for President in 2008 by emphasizing his 9/11 cred (having a crooked police commish didn't help), also told WCBS 880, "My most dramatic memory of the day is watching a man throw himself from the 100th floor, 101st hundred floor... Watching people get hit with debris, getting killed. This is before the building came down."

He also emphasized, "It isn't over. They're still at war with us. The reason that September 11th happened is still very much part of our world, unlike World War II, World War I, the Civil War, the Revolutionary War. These are all part of our history. The people who attacked us there attacked us in the name of jihad in this insane thought that there should be one religion and the one religion should be Islam and that we are all infidels and that our capitalist system and our political system is an abomination."

Last year, Giuliani remembered the horrible day in an interview with the AP, which prompted MSNBC host Lawrence O'Donnell to slam him and the placement of NYC's emergency command center in World Trade Center 7, "Despite the painful truth of these details, which show Rudy Giuliani to have been an ego-driven incompetent in dealing with the threat of terrorism in New York City...most of the media will continue to portray him as one of the heroes of 9/11. Know this: there is no more fraudulent public image in our politics."