Thousands of Americans across the nation visited memorial sites to honor fallen heroes on Memorial Day despite the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
President Trump attended a wreath laying ceremony at the Arlington National Cemetery. The silent event happened Monday at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.
Americans across the nation are honoring service members who died defending our nation. One America’s Stephanie Myers spoke with Daniel Gade, a veteran who was twice wounded in Iraq, to discuss the importance of Memorial Day.
The state of New York has reversed its ban on non-essential gatherings. On Friday, Governor Andrew Cuomo signed an executive order, which will allow groups of up to 10 people to congregate.
A group of soldiers is honoring the men and women who have lost their lives in service to America. The Old Guard participated in Flags-in Day this week ahead of Memorial Day at Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia, as they’ve done for more than 50 years.
President Trump participated in a Memorial Day ceremony on Friday, which honored veterans, prisoners of war and service members missing in action. The president spoke on the Blue Room balcony ahead of the annual Rolling Thunder rally, which has been redubbed this year as “Rolling to Remember.”
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New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio has confirmed city beaches will not be open for Memorial Day. On Sunday, the Democrat mayor said it is not safe to open the beaches because New York is still the “epicenter of the crisis.”