President Trump shows he’s a man of action after tweeting on Thursday, Sept. 12, to honor the 9/11 Memorial. 

On Sept. 11, President Trump tweeted a photo of himself and Melania, with the word, “We Will Never Forget,” boldly written underneath the American flag.

Meanwhile, former President, Barack Obama, shared a photo from Fox News of volunteers working on Ellis Island in New York, with the saying, “As we remember those we lost on 9/11, we also remember the spirit of unity and togetherness that defined the weeks and months after. On this day of service, I’m reflecting on all those still working to embrace that spirit, today and every day.”

The two presidents were compared. Negative comments mostly came from people who support Obama. They applauded Obama’s tweet while criticizing President Trump for inviting the Taliban for talks three days to the day.

The tweets prove there is a big difference in the responses to the two men, a man of action (President Trump) versus a man of words (Barack Obama)

However, many who stayed away from social media marked the day by attending events to remember about 3,000 people who lost their lives because of the combined attacks on the Twin Towers, and a commercial airliner that crashed a field Shanksville, Pensylvania.