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White House Bars Recording of Bush 9/11 Testimony

HeadlineApr 28, 2004

The White House is insisting that no recording or transcript be made of the comments by President Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney when they meet together with the 9/11 commission on Thursday morning at the White House. And only one member of the 10-person panel will be allowed to take notes. Bush and Cheney will also be joined by White House counsel Alberto Gonzales and another lawyer from the counsel’s office.

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