George W. Bush, responding to Katie Couric's question on what the United States has learned from interrogating high-value terrorism suspects: "Well, for example -- there's a -- we -- we uncovered a -- a potential anthrax attack on the United States. Or the fact that -- Khalid Sheik Mohammed had got somebody to -- to line up people to fly airlines, to -- to crash airlines on, I think, the West Coast or somewhere in America. And these would be Southeast Asians. In other words, we've uncovered cells."
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George W. Bush on what we've learned from interrogating terrorism suspects.
September 7, 2006 8:15PM (UTC)
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