Bush: No Warning on Sept. 11 Attacks

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President George Bush gives his first direct response to charges put forth in a former administration official's book that he did not do enough to address terrorist threats in the months before the September 11th attacks. Bush said that his administration had done everything it could to prevent terrorists from striking the United States. NPR's Don Gonyea reports.

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