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Bush Says He Lacked Info on Sept. 11

President Bush said he will tell the commission investigating the Sept. 11 attacks that his administration lacked the information needed to prevent the terrorists from striking. The federal panel reviewing the attacks plans to meet soon with Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney in a joint private session to determine whether anything could have been done to stop the attacks. A date for the meeting has been set but neither the commission nor the White House has disclosed it. Bush said he looks forward to “sharing information with them.” “Let me just be very clear about this,” he said. “Had we had the information that was necessary to stop an attack, I’d have stopped the attack. … If we’d have known that the enemy was going to fly airplanes into our buildings, we would have done everything in our power to stop it.” Full Story

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