"We pay tribute to their service, to mourn alongside their families, and we strive to be worthy of their sacrifice", Mr. Trump said in a speech at Arlington National Cemetery as he marked the second Memorial Day of his presidency. Not only did he lead the ceremony but he delivered remarks that showed honor and respect to America's most courageous and fearless soldiers.
The president stood alongside Defense Secretary Jim Mattis during the somber ceremony across the Potomac River from the nation's capital.
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He also honored the families "they left behind and for whom every day is Memorial Day".
"They marched into hell so that America could know the blessings of peace".
VoteVets, which says it supports almost 500,000 veterans and military families, has often criticized Trump and his policies.
Meanwhile, several former military leaders criticized Trump for tweeting that fallen troops would be "very proud" of the country under his administration.
The President's first tweet about fallen service members during the holiday weekend came Monday morning in a a message that touted the successes of his presidency.