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Bush on 9/11

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In a private, three-hour session, President Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney last week answered questions from the commission investigating the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. “I think it helped them understand how I think,” Bush later said, “and how I run the White House.” Neither side would say what was discussed. The Bush administration had insisted the meeting be private, with only one person allowed to take notes. Commission Chairman Thomas Kean, a Republican, said the panel “gained a lot of information” from Bush and Cheney. But Democrat Bob Kerrey said he heard nothing to change his view that the administration made little effort to prevent terrorist attacks before 9/11.

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