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Clinton, Gore Set to Face 9/11 Commission

The federal panel reviewing the Sept. 11 attacks has scheduled interviews with former President Clinton and former Vice President Al Gore this month but is struggling to get similar cooperation from President Bush and administration officials. Members of the bipartisan commission said they were considering a subpoena to force the public testimony of national security adviser Condoleezza Rice. She has declined to appear at the panel’s two-day hearing later this month. “The commission wants to go back in the court of public opinion and appeal to the administration for them to reconsider their first stand,” said commissioner Timothy Roemer, a former Democratic congressman from Indiana. “If we don’t get that kind of cooperation, compelling Dr. Rice to come before us is an option.” Full Story

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