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Barack Obama Speech at 9/11 Memorial Museum #1065003

MSNBC Special for Thursday, May 15, 2014

  • Live MSNBC coverage and analysis of President Barack Obama's speech at the dedication ceremony of the 9/11 National Memorial Museum in New York City, preceded by former Mayor Michael Bloomberg's speech, and followed by speeches by 9/11 survivor Ling Young and fallen 9/11 hero Welles Crowther's parent Alison Crowther, United Flight 93 passenger Todd Beamer's father David Beamer, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, 9/11 survivor Florence Jones, New York City Mayor Bill De Blasio, 9/11 survivor Kayla Bergeron, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, 9/11 survivor New York City firefighter Mickey Kross, former New York Governor George Pataki, former New Jersey Governor Donald DiFrancesco, 9/11 victim's sister Ada Dolch, and 9/11 victim's brother Jim Laychak, and a musical performance by 9/11 victim Calvin Gooding's widow Rhonda LaChanze Sapp.
  • Analysis includes the participation of Michael Daly of "The Daily Beast".
  • Reporter(s):
    Allen, Ron

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