Today marks the 19th anniversary of 9/11. For anyone who lived through it or the millions who watched the escalating horror unfold on T-V. Nineteen Al-Qaeda terrorists killed nearly three-thousand people using passenger planes as missiles, beginning in New York. Frank Siller, Chairman and CEO of the Tunnel 2 Towers foundation, lost his firefighter brother on 9-11. He discusses what this year's ceremony will look like amid the coronavirus restrictions and what he wants the younger generation to know about the event.

Foreign policy and national security issues sometimes take a backseat during a presidential election when candidates center on domestic issues. This election is no different, as it looks to be focusing on the COVID-19 pandemic, economic crisis and mass protests across the country. October will mark one year since the Trump Administration took out Isis leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. So, are we safer today than we were four years ago? Former CIA Station Chief and FOX News Contributor Dan Hoffman weighs in.

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Plus, commentary by Guy Benson, host of "The Guy Benson Show."