At a rally in Columbus, Ohio, Donald Trump said he was in New York City on 9/11. That claim holds up, despite a 2004 Time magazine article to the contrary.

Donald Trump was in New York, not Chicago, on 9/11, contrary to 2004 Time story

Some corners of the Internet have been bubbling with the discovery of a 2004 Time magazine article that placed Donald Trump in Chicago on 9/11, rather than New York City, as he's said on the campaign trail. Turns out Trump was right and Time was wrong.
 

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