9/11 Hearings: Day Two

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photoFormer White House counter-terrorism coordinator Richard Clarke testified today before the 9/11 commission in Washington, following appearances by CIA Director George Tenet and Clinton's National Security Advisor Sandy Berger.

Clarke's testimony was the most anticipated and controversial in two days of public hearings by the bipartisan, 10-member national commission on terrorist attacks upon the United States. His testimony followed the release of a book in which he accuses the current administration of not doing enough to prevent the 9/11 attacks, and of focusing on Iraq to the detriment of the "war on terror."

Click the listen link to hear an analysis of the second day of the 9-11 hearings.


Reuel Gerecht, Director of the Middle East Initiative at The Project for the New American Century and a resident fellow at the American Enterprise Institute.

This program aired on March 24, 2004.


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