Bush Meets with Sept. 11 Panel President George Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney meet for three hours with the 10-member bipartisan commission investigating the terror attacks of Sept. 11. The private testimony, given at the White House, was taken on the record, but not under oath. The president spoke briefly with reporters afterward, calling it a fruitful discussion. NPR's Pam Fessler reports.
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Bush, Cheney Meet with Sept. 11 Panel at White House

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Bush, Cheney Meet with Sept. 11 Panel at White House

Bush, Cheney Meet with Sept. 11 Panel at White House

Bush, Cheney Meet with Sept. 11 Panel at White House

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President George Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney meet for three hours with the 10-member bipartisan commission investigating the terror attacks of Sept. 11. The private testimony, given at the White House, was taken on the record, but not under oath. The president spoke briefly with reporters afterward, calling it a fruitful discussion. NPR's Pam Fessler reports.

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