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January 15, 2009
President George W. Bush Delivers Final Remarks on 9/11 in Farewell.
On January 15th, 2009, five days before the Presidential inauguration of Barack Obama,
President George W. Bush delivers his Farewell Address from the West Wing of the White
House. President Bush speaks emphatically of the administration's strong record on
homeland security since the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. Below is a portion of
President's Bush nationally televised speech where he discusses September 11th in length.
On January 15th, 2009, five days before the Presidential inauguration of Barack Obama, President George W. Bush delivers his Farewell Address from the West Wing of the White House. President Bush speaks emphatically of the administration's strong record on homeland security since the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. Below is a portion of President's Bush nationally televised speech where he discusses September 11th in length On January 15th, 2009, five days before the Presidential inauguration of Barack Obama, President George W. Bush delivers his Farewell Address from the West Wing of the White House. President Bush speaks emphatically of the administration's strong record on homeland security since the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. Below is a portion of President's Bush nationally televised speech where he discusses September 11th in length.

This evening, my thoughts return to the first night I addressed you from this house, September 11, 2001.
That morning, terrorists took nearly 3,000 lives in the worst attack on America since Pearl Harbor.

I remember standing in the rubble of the World Trade Center three days later, surrounded by rescuers who
had been working around the clock. I remember talking to brave souls who charged through smoke-filled
corridors at the Pentagon and to husbands and wives whose loved ones became heroes aboard Flight 93.

I remember Arlene Howard, who gave me her fallen son's police shield as a reminder of all that was lost.
And I still carry his badge.

As the years passed, most Americans were able to return to life much as it had been before 9/11. But I
never did. Every morning, I received a briefing on the threats to our nation. And I vowed to do everything
in my power to keep us safe.

Over the past seven years, a new Department of Homeland Security has been created. The military, the
intelligence community and the FBI have been transformed. Our nation is equipped with new tools to
monitor the terrorists' movements, freeze their finances and break up their plots.

And with strong allies at our side, we have taken the fight to the terrorists and those who support them.
Afghanistan has gone from a nation where the Taliban harbored al Qaeda and stoned women in the streets
to a young democracy that is fighting terror and encouraging girls to go to school. Iraq has gone from a
brutal dictatorship and a sworn enemy of America to an Arab democracy at the heart of the Middle East
and a friend of the United States.

There is legitimate debate about many of these decisions, but there can be little debate about the results.

America has gone more than seven years without another terrorist attack on our soil. This is a tribute to
those who toil day and night to keep us safe -- law enforcement officers, intelligence analysts, homeland
security and diplomatic personnel, and the men and women of the United States armed forces.

Our nation is blessed to have citizens who volunteer to defend us in this time of danger. I have cherished
meeting these selfless patriots and their families. And America owes you a debt of gratitude.

And to all our men and women in uniform listening tonight, there has been no higher honor than serving
as your commander in chief.

The battles waged by our troops are part of a broader struggle between two dramatically different
systems. Under one, a small band of fanatics demands total obedience to an oppressive ideology, condemns
women to subservience and marks unbelievers for murder.

The other system is based on the conviction that freedom is the universal gift of Almighty God and that
liberty and justice light the path to peace.

Ironically, on the same day as President Bush reflected on 9/11 a plane crashed in Manhattan.
In what is called the "Miracle in Manhattan" all 155 passengers survived the incident.
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Ironically, on the same day as President Bush reflected on 9/11 a plane crash landed in the Hudson River in Manhattan. In what is called the "Miracle in Manhattan" all 155 passengers survived the incident on US Airways flight 1549 flying from New York to Charlotte. On January 15th, 2009, five days before the Presidential inauguration of Barack Obama, President George W. Bush delivers his Farewell Address from the West Wing of the White House. President Bush speaks emphatically of the administration's strong record on homeland security since the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. Above text is a portion of President's Bush nationally televised speech where he discusses September 11th in length. Ironically, on the same day as President Bush reflected on 9/11 a plane crash landed in the Hudson River in Manhattan. In what is called the "Miracle in Manhattan" all 155 passengers survived the incident on US Airways flight 1549 flying from New York to Charlotte. On January 15th, 2009, five days before the Presidential inauguration of Barack Obama, President George W. Bush delivers his Farewell Address from the West Wing of the White House. President Bush speaks emphatically of the administration's strong record on homeland security since the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. Above text is a portion of President's Bush nationally televised speech where he discusses September 11th in length. On January 15th, 2009, five days before the Presidential inauguration of Barack Obama, President George W. Bush delivers his Farewell Address from the West Wing of the White House. President Bush speaks emphatically of the administration's strong record on homeland security since the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. Above is a portion of President's Bush nationally televised speech where he discusses September 11th in length. Ironically, on the same day as President Bush reflected on 9/11 a plane crashed in Manhattan. In what is called the "Miracle in Manhattan" all 155 passengers survived the incident on US Airways flight 1549 flying from New York to Charlotte.
Ironically, on the same day as President Bush reflected on 9/11 a plane crash landed in the Hudson River in Manhattan. In what is called the "Miracle in Manhattan" all 155 passengers survived the incident on US Airways flight 1549 flying from New York to Charlotte. On January 15th, 2009, five days before the Presidential inauguration of Barack Obama, President George W. Bush delivers his Farewell Address from the West Wing of the White House. President Bush speaks emphatically of the administration's strong record on homeland security since the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. Above text is a portion of President's Bush nationally televised speech where he discusses September 11th in length. On January 15th, 2009, five days before the Presidential inauguration of Barack Obama, President George W. Bush delivers his Farewell Address from the West Wing of the White House. President Bush speaks emphatically of the administration's strong record on homeland security since the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. Above is a portion of President's Bush nationally televised speech where he discusses September 11th in length. Ironically, on the same day as President Bush reflected on 9/11 a plane crashed in Manhattan. In what is called the "Miracle in Manhattan" all 155 passengers survived the incident on US Airways flight 1549 flying from New York to Charlotte.
Ironically, on the same day as President Bush reflected on 9/11 a plane crash landed in the Hudson River in Manhattan. In what is called the "Miracle in Manhattan" all 155 passengers survived the incident on US Airways flight 1549 flying from New York to Charlotte. On January 15th, 2009, five days before the Presidential inauguration of Barack Obama, President George W. Bush delivers his Farewell Address from the West Wing of the White House. President Bush speaks emphatically of the administration's strong record on homeland security since the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. Above text is a portion of President's Bush nationally televised speech where he discusses September 11th in length. On January 15th, 2009, five days before the Presidential inauguration of Barack Obama, President George W. Bush delivers his Farewell Address from the West Wing of the White House. President Bush speaks emphatically of the administration's strong record on homeland security since the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. Above is a portion of President's Bush nationally televised speech where he discusses September 11th in length. Ironically, on the same day as President Bush reflected on 9/11 a plane crashed in Manhattan. In what is called the "Miracle in Manhattan" all 155 passengers survived the incident on US Airways flight 1549 flying from New York to Charlotte.
President Bush's Reaction and Speeches After the September 11, 2001
Terrorist Attacks in New York City and the Pentagon in Washington.
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On the morning of
Sept. 11, while at a
school in Sarasota
Florida, President
George W. Bush is
told of the 2nd attack
on New York City.
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President Bush tells
students and the nation
of "an apparent attack."
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President Bush asks
for a moment of
silence for victims.
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President Bush leaves
Barksdale Air Force
Base in Louisiana after
speech (text below).
Word of the tragedy first came to President Bush in the hallway of a school in Sarasota, Fla.,
moments after the first plane hit New York's World Trade Center. He went to a private room,
where he spoke by phone with National Security Advisor Condoleezza Rice; it appeared then
that the matter could be just a terrible accident.

Then, at 9:04 a.m., while Bush met with second-graders, staff chief Andrew H. Card Jr.
whispered in his ear that a second plane had struck. Bush's sunny countenance went grim.
After Card's whisper, Bush looked distracted and somber but continued to listen to the
second-graders read and soon was smiling again. He joked that they read so well, they
must be sixth-graders.

After huddling with advisers, Bush entered the school's media center for what was to have
been an education speech. He looked stunned, but by the time he reached the podium, he
was composed and at 9:30 a.m. delivered the chilling news of "an apparent terrorist attack
on our country."
Complete Timeline of President George W. Bush on September 11, 2001.
White House Press Secretary Ari Fleischer provided the following details of President Bush's
day on Tuesday, Sept. 11. All times are EDT.
A soldier in front of Air Force One at Barksdale AFB on the morning of September 11, 2001.
A soldier in front of Air Force One at Barksdale AFB on the morning of September 11, 2001.
9 a.m. Bush arrives at Sarasota, Fla., school for speech. White House chief of staff Andrew Card tells him a
plane has crashed into the World Trade Center.
9:05 a.m. Bush is visiting a second-grade class when Card whispers to him that a second plane has struck the
towers. President delays plans to address the tragedy, deciding to get more information first.
9:30 a.m. Bush meets privately with National Security Adviser Condoleezza Rice, who briefs him. He delivers
first remarks on the tragedy.
10 a.m. Aboard Air Force One en route to Louisiana, Bush calls Vice President Dick Cheney and puts America's
military on a high alert status. Sifts through reports from staff, including erroneous report that a car bomb had
struck the State Department. Gets news that plane has crashed near Pittsburgh.
11:40 a.m. Bush arrives at Barksdale Air Force Base, La., where he makes series of telephone calls from a
general's conference room. Tells Cheney in telephone call, "It's the faceless coward that attacks." He also talks
to Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld and New York Sen. Charles Schumer, D-N.Y.
1:15 p.m. Bush departs conference room for Air Force One in a camouflaged Humvee. Talks to Cheney again
en route to Nebraska air force base and schedules a 4 p.m. meeting of his national security staff. Also talks to
New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani and Gov. George Pataki. "I know your heart is broken and your city is strained
and anything we can do, let me know," Bush says.
3:07 p.m. Bush arrives at U.S. Strategic Command at Offutt Air Force Base in Nebraska.
4:36 p.m. Bush departs for Washington. En route, he calls first lady Laura Bush and says, "I'm coming home,
see you at the White House." Works with aides on his prime-time speech.
7 p.m. Bush arrives at White House to prepare for address.
8:30 p.m. Bush speaks to nation (text below).
8:35 p.m. Bush attends national security meeting.
10:21 p.m. Meeting has ended. Secret Service radio squawks with news that Bush has gone home to bed:
"Trailblazer. Second floor of the residence."
In President George W. Bush's Own Words.
The Speech Made by President Bush Within a Few Hours Following the September 11 Attacks.
Speech made from the Barksdale Air Force Base in Louisiana.
I want to reassure the American people that the full resources of the federal government are
working to assist local authorities to save lives and to help the victims of these attacks. Make no
mistake: The United States will hunt down and punish those responsible for these cowardly acts.

I've been in regular contact with the Vice President, the Secretary of Defense, the national
security team and my Cabinet.  We have taken all appropriate security precautions to protect
the American people. Our military at home and around the world is on high alert status, and we
have taken the necessary security precautions to continue the functions of your government.

We have been in touch with the leaders of Congress and with world leaders to assure them that
we will do whatever is necessary to protect America and Americans.

I ask the American people to join me in saying a thanks for all the folks who have been fighting
hard to rescue our fellow citizens and to join me in saying a prayer for the victims and their
families.

The resolve of our great nation is being tested.  But make no mistake: We will show the world
that we will pass this test. God bless.
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President Bush addresses
the nation on the evening
of September 11, 2001
from the Oval Office in the
 White House (text below).
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In President George W. Bush's Own Words.
The Speech Made by President Bush On the Evening of September 11, 2001.
Speech made from the Oval Office.
Good evening. Today, our fellow citizens, our way of life, our very freedom came under attack
in a series of deliberate and deadly terrorist acts. The victims were in airplanes or in their
offices: secretaries, business men and women, military and federal workers, moms and
dads, friends and neighbors.

Thousands of lives were suddenly ended by evil, despicable acts of terror.

The pictures of airplanes flying into buildings, fires burning, huge structures collapsing have filled
us with disbelief, terrible sadness and a quiet, unyielding anger.

These acts of mass murder were intended to frighten our nation into chaos and retreat. But
they have failed. Our country is strong. A great people has been moved to defend a great nation.

Terrorist attacks can shake the foundations of our biggest buildings, but they cannot touch
the foundation of America. These acts shatter steel, but they cannot dent the steel of
American resolve.

America was targeted for attack because we're the brightest beacon for freedom and
opportunity in the world. And no one will keep that light from shining.

Today, our nation saw evil, the very worst of human nature, and we responded with the best
of America, with the daring of our rescue workers, with the caring for strangers and neighbors
who came to give blood and help in any way they could.

Immediately following the first attack, I implemented our government's emergency response
plans. Our military is powerful, and it's prepared. Our emergency teams are working in New
York City and Washington, D.C., to help with local rescue efforts.

Our first priority is to get help to those who have been injured and to take every precaution
to protect our citizens at home and around the world from further attacks.

The functions of our government continue without interruption. Federal agencies in
Washington which had to be evacuated today are reopening for essential personnel
tonight and will be open for business tomorrow.

Our financial institutions remain strong, and the American economy will be open for
business as well.

The search is underway for those who are behind these evil acts.

I've directed the full resources for our intelligence and law enforcement communities to find
those responsible and bring them to justice. We will make no distinction between the
terrorists who committed these acts and those who harbor them.

I appreciate so very much the members of Congress who have joined me in strongly
condemning these attacks. And on behalf of the American people, I thank the many world 
leaders who have called to offer their condolences and assistance.

America and our friends and allies join with all those who want peace and security in the
world and we stand together to win the war against terrorism.

Tonight I ask for your prayers for all those who grieve, for the children whose worlds have
been shattered, for all whose sense of safety and security has been threatened. And I pray
they will be comforted by a power greater than any of us spoken through the ages in Psalm
23: "Even though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I fear no evil for you
are with me."

This is a day when all Americans from every walk of life unite in our resolve for justice and
peace. America has stood down enemies before, and we will do so this time.

None of us will ever forget this day, yet we go forward to defend freedom and all that is
good and just in our world.

Thank you. Good night and God bless America.
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September 14, 2001
President Bush with
 New York City
Fireman Bob Beck at
Ground Zero of the
World Trade Center.
President George W. Bush and
Senior U.S. Government Officials
 in the Days Following the Attacks.

September 11, 2001 to
September 14, 2001.

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September 13, 2001
Reporters Oval Office
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September 13, 2001
Bush Gets Emotional
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September 11, 2001
Bush glances at TV
at Sarasota, Fla.
school after he was
told of the attacks.
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September 11, 2001
Secretary of State 
Colin Powell leaves
hotel in Lima, Peru for
Washington after he
was told of attacks.
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September 11, 2001
Bush speaks with
VP Dick Cheney
from Air Force One.
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September 11, 2001
Cheney speaks to
Bush from the
Emergency
Operations Center
at the White House.
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September 11, 2001
Bush and Cheney
meet later in the day
at the White House
Emergency
Operations Center.
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September 12, 2001
President Bush
meets with the
National Security
Council in the White
House Cabinet Room.
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September 12, 2001
President Bush, Colin
Powell, and the National
Security Team at a Sept.
12 emergency meeting
in Washington.
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September 12, 2001
Congressional Leaders
hold a news conference
in Washington, and
then sing "God Bless
America."
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September 12, 2001
President Bush
tours the Pentagon
with Secretary of
Defense Donald
Rumsfeld.
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September 12, 2001
Soldiers greet
President Bush
as he tours the
Pentagon with
Donald Rumsfeld.
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September 14, 2001
President Bush
hugs and consoles
survivors during a
visit to New York City.
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September 14, 2001
President Bush
waves a flag in New 
York when visiting the
World Trade Center's
Ground Zero site.
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September 14, 2001
The Bush Family, and
the Clinton family at
a church service in
Washington's National
Cathedral on the 14th.
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September 14, 2001
President Bush
speaks to guests at
a National Cathedral
Prayer Service for
Sept. 11th victims.
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September 14, 2001
President George
W. Bush and his
father clasp hands
after Bush gives
emotional speech.
The Joint Resolution Authorizing the Use of Force Against Terrorists,
passed by the Senate and House of Representatives on Sept. 14, 2001.
To authorize the use of United States armed forces against those responsible for the recent attacks launched
against the United States.

Whereas, on Sept. 11, 2001, acts of despicable violence were committed against the United States and its
citizens; and

Whereas, such acts render it both necessary and appropriate that the United States exercise its rights to
self-defense and to protect United States citizens both at home and abroad, and

Whereas, in light of the threat to the national security and foreign policy of the United States posed by these
grave acts of violence, and

Whereas, such acts continue to pose an unusual and extraordinary threat to the national security and foreign
policy of the United States,

Whereas the president has authority under the Constitution to take action to deter and prevent acts of
international terrorism against the United States.

Resolved by the Senate and the House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress
assembled,

Section 1. Short Title

This joint resolution may be cited as the "Authorization for Use of Military Force"

Section 2. Authorization for Use of United States Armed Forces

(a) That the president is authorized to use all necessary and appropriate force against those nations,
organizations, or persons he determines planned, authorized, committed, or aided the terrorist attacks that
occurred on Sept. 11, 2001, or harbored such organizations or persons, in order to prevent any future acts
of international terrorism against the United States by such nations, organizations or persons.

(b) War Powers Resolution Requirements

(1) Specific Statutory Authorization -- Consistent with section 8(a)(1) of the War Powers Resolution, the
Congress declares that this section is intended to constitute specific statutory authorization within the
meaning of section 5(b) of the War Powers Resolution.

(2) Applicability of Other Requirements -- Nothing in this resolution supersedes any requirement of the War
Powers Resolution.
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for freedom and security for the
American people."

George W. Bush, September 20, 2001
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