Coming up tonight at 9 p.m., Wolf Blitzer takes over for Piers Morgan, filling in as guest host on the 11th anniversary of the attacks of September 11th.
As "Piers Morgan Tonight" remembers, and reflects upon, the tragedy that destroyed the World Trade Center, Blitzer welcomes Cantor Fitzgerald Chairman and CEO, Howard Lutnick.
The global financial services firm's corporate headquarters was devastated on that Tuesday morning, and in the process, two-thirds of its workforce was killed.
Although he's pleased to see the rebuilding efforts in Lower Manhattan, Lutnick takes issue with the new structure bearing the same name as the old North Tower:
"Personally I find it odd that they would name it One World Trade Center. Frankly I think if they named it any company name I would think it was - you know the memorial is beautiful, but I don't know why they don't change the name," he admits to Blitzer. "That just seems so odd to me. Since the building I worked in was never called the North Tower, it was called One World Trade Center."
More than a year since Osama bin Laden was killed in Pakistan, Lutnick says things are safer, but admits his city will always be on the radar of those engaging in terrorism:
"You know New York is a spectacular place and those who are jealous of the way we live our lives are always going to, you know, to strike out, and you know we're always going to be a target, sadly," he says. "London is going to be a target. You know anywhere in the west, you're a target."
Watch the clip, and listen to the interview, then tune in this evening at 9 p.m. as Blitzer and Lutnick pay further tribute to the lives lost on September 11th, 2001.
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