20 years since 9/11: How President Bush was told of the attack in Florida school

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Sky News published this video item, entitled “20 years since 9/11: How President Bush was told of the attack in Florida school” – below is their description.

The Chief of Staff to then President George W Bush speaks to Sky News on his thoughts ahead of 9/11 on those moments where he whispered the news of the second plane hitting the tower inside the classroom in a Florida school.

He told Sky’s Greg Milam that he believes that moment at Booker Elementary was when the Presidency became real.

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