The World Trade Center was bought to the ground by “twin bombs” on 9/11, according to President Donald Trump – and now a whistleblower has come forward with bombshell information that supports the President’s claims.
In a live interview on 9/11, President Trump was asked for his opinion on the structure of the Twin Towers. Speaking as the leading builder of towers in New York, Trump said the north tower of the WTC was a “very, very strong building” and that he believes “twin bombs” caused it to collapse.
Speaking about the tower’s collapse, he said: “It wasn’t architectural defect. How could a plane, even a 767 or 747 or whatever it might have been; how could it possibly go through that steel?
During the interview, Trump says he toured the foundations of the north tower after it was bombed in an earlier terror attack in 1993, and that he did not believe the tower was bought to the ground by planes alone, as the official 9/11 report claims.
“I happen to think that they had not only a plane, but they had bombs – bombs that exploded simultaneously. Because I can’t imagine anything being able to go through that wall.”
The interview was uploaded to YouTube by pro-Trump group Trump Commission, which believes former President George W. Bush covered-up the truth – and the 45th President of the US is also on record criticizing his predecessor: “The World Trade Center came down during the reign of George Bush,” he said in a February debate. “He kept us safe? That is not safe. That is not safe.”
Claims that Trump will reopen the 9/11 investigation have been circulating online, based on statements he made during the election campaign, and recently published academic studies that debunk the official 9/11 report are adding fuel to the fire.
A study led by leading engineer Dr. J. Leroy Hulsey of University of Alaska found that office fires could not possibly have caused the collapse of Building 7.
The official 9/11 report claims flaming debris from the neighboring Twin Towers flew into the building, causing blazes to break out on multiple floors. But Dr. Hulsey states that is “scientifically impossible” and says “It is our preliminary conclusions, based upon our work to date, that fire did not produce the failure at this particular building.”