Bush Remembers Sept. 11, Raises Money

Continuing to make his response to Sept. 11 a key theme of his re-election campaign, President Bush visits Long Island, where he breaks ground on a memorial to victims of the terrorist attacks. Bush winds up the visit with a fundraiser, as families of Sept. 11 victims continue to criticize his use of the attacks for political purposes. Hear NPR's Robert Smith.

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