Give Me A Break: US archive reveals White House’s immediate reaction to 9/11 attacks

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The US National Archives has finally released pictures showing the tense atmosphere which gripped the White House on September 11, 2001, following the attacks on New York City’s World Trade Center.

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A Freedom of Information Act request filed by coordinating producer for Kirk Documentary Group Colette Neirouz Hanna was acknowledged by the US National Archives on Friday. The photos of the scenes which evolved after US senior officials learned about the terror attacks have been made public nearly fourteen years later.

In the pictures, the faces of Vice President Cheney, National Security Adviser Condoleezza Rice and Deputy Chief of Staff Joshua Bolten reveal shock and grief.

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One thought on “Give Me A Break: US archive reveals White House’s immediate reaction to 9/11 attacks

  1. Goebbells once said “The bigger the lie…. more people will believe it”.

    Bush/Cheyney and the Neo’s from Israel certainly created “The Big Lie” but their follow on acting needed some spit and polish!….. Gus

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