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Clinton, Bush conflict on assessing bin Laden threat: Time

President George W. Bush told a commission on the September 11 attacks that al-Qaeda was not outgoing president Bill Clinton’s top security concern. Bush’s testimony to the panel indicated that during a national security handover briefing, Clinton appeared far more passionate about the dangers of North Korea’s nuclear program and Israeli-Palestinian conflicts, Time magazine reported in its issue to hit newsstands Monday. Citing unnamed sources, Time wrote that Bush said Clinton “probably mentioned” terrorism as a national-security threat “but did not make it a point of emphasis.” Full Story

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