We need a President who knows how to protect you and knows how it feels when we don't. I was named U.S. Attorney on September 10, 2001. The next day Mary Pat took the PATH train to the World Trade Center. She walked the two blocks to her office and turned on the television and the first building was on fire. I called Mary Pat immediately and I said, are you okay? They were telling her that they had to evacuate her to her basement. Five and a half hours passed. I thought about three things: What was I gonna do without my best friend? What am I gonna tell the kids? What kind of single parent would I be? The phone rang and I got the greatest phone call of my life. Mary pat was ok. Here's what I fear: We've become complacent as a country. We've gone all these years up until San Bernardino without another attack. I'll never forget. My wife was there. We lost friends. I know the loss and the pain and I know the fear of loss. We need a president who will have the American people and their safety not only in his mind and in his fist but in his heart. America Leads responsible for the content of this advertising.