Donald Trump says NYSE opened a day after 9/11. It didn't

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@politifact—The Truth-o-Meter says: False | Donald Trump says NYSE opened a day after 9/11. It didn't On the day a gunman killed 11 and wounded six others in a Pittsburgh synagogue, President Donald Trump twice defended his decision to hold a scheduled campaign rally by pointing to a rapid reopening of the New York Stock Exchange after the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. It did not happen the way he described. Trump first mentioned this rationale in an Oct. 27 address to the Future Farmers of...

Explaining why he didn't cancel rally, Trump falsely says NYSE opened day after 9/11. "With what happened early today, that horrible, horrible attack in Pittsburgh, I was saying maybe I should cancel both this and that," Trump said.