The son of the 9/11 first responder who died last week of a respiratory illness may get his wish and meet President Bush.
Cesar Borja, Jr. -- the son of the 9/11 first responder who died last week of a respiratory illness -- may get his wish and meet President Bush.
A White House spokesman says the president is hoping to arrange a meeting when he is in the city this week. Tomorrow, the president will be speaking at the Association for a Better New York.
Cesar Borja, a retired police officer died last Tuesday of pulmonary fibrosis. He passed away just hours before his son attended the State of the Union Address as a guest of Senator Hillary Clinton.
Clinton sent the president a letter yesterday, urging him to meet with Borja. The 21-year-old wants the president to authorize more funding for the treatment of sick world trade center first responders.
Republished with permission of NY1.