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September 11 / Commission Probe / Roemer Interview #751950

CNN Evening News for Friday, Apr 02, 2004
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Taped interview held with Tim Roemer, a member of the commission investigating September 11, about access to documents from President Bill Clinton's years & other matters. [From Washington, ROEMER - says hopefully we have resolved the problems with Clinton archival documents & whether they have been passed on to the commission; outlines what we need to know when National Security Advisor Condoleezza Rice† testifies next week about the speed of the government process & how it affected counterterrorism policy; states the commission will try to keep the Rice hearings from becoming a circus so we can get legislation to make the country safer in fighting a transnational jihadist threat.]

Brown, Aaron

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