President Donald Trump Signs 9/11 Victim Compensation Bill

U.S. President Donald Trump delivered a speech to more than 60 first responders to the September 11 attacks and signed a victim compensation bill in the White House Rose Garden, Monday, July 29.
READ MORE:U.S. President Donald Trump Monday signed a bipartisan bill to ensure that a Victim Compensation Fund related to the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001 never runs out of money.

“Our nation owes each of you a profound debt that no words or deeds will ever repay. But we can and we will keep our nation’s promise to you,” the president said in the White House Rose Garden, flanked by first responders.

The president called the first responders “true American warriors.”

The $7.4 billion fund had been running low, with benefits slashed severely.