20 years ago today, the world was changed and changed utterly with the attacks on the United States of America which became known as 9/11.

Twenty years ago today, 2,977 people woke up on what was just a normal Tuesday in 2001. None of them went home.

September 11th was just another day of the year twenty years ago, but now it is synonymous with horror. Regarded in many parts of the world as the darkest day in modern history.

It's now been two decades since that infamous day, and yet it still feels so recent and raw to so, so many of us. It was a day that shook the world to its core and changed the world utterly.

While September 11 2001 will go down as a day of complete tragedy, many stories did emerge from that day of heroism and bravery.

However, of all people, the iconic actor, Chris Evans recently spoke out, slamming Donald Trump for his way of observing the 9/11 anniversary.

Taking to Twitter earlier this week, Evans shared his disbelief at the fact the former US President was choosing to work on an exhibition boxing match on the anniversary of what is 'one of the darkest days in American history.

Evans was responding to a tweet which read:

Some people are upset that on September 11 Trump will be providing color commentary for a pay-per-view boxing match.

Not me. I'll be happy if stays far away from the solemn ceremonies memorializing the tragedy and bravery of that day, so we won't have to stoop to noticing him.

Evans himself wrote:

On the 20th anniversary of one of the darkest days in American history, a former president of the United States of America will be.....hosting a pay-per-view boxing match in Florida.

Honestly, how, HOW do the people who support him square this?

In the next few hours, heavyweight great, Evander Holyfield is taking to the ring in Trump's home state of Florida, and Trump has been scheduled to help commentate on the fight alongside his son Donald Trump Jr.

What's your take on this? Do you agree with those on Trumps side, or are you team Evans? Let us know!