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A number of photos of President George Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney taken on 9/11 have been released. We've uncovered even more.

Recently a number of photos of President George Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney taken on 9/11 were released to the public. We’ve uncovered even more.


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Vice President Dick Cheney and National Security Advisor Condoleezza Rice confer on how to blame Iraq for the attacks as they wait for President Bush to finish reading My Pet Goat.


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Vice President Cheney explains to President Bush that the answers to what happened to America on this fateful day will be found in Baghdad, but the President stands firm stating that he needs answers on how the book ends as it is quite long and confusing and making it almost impossible for him to nap.


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Vice President Cheney tries to engage the President by connecting the goat to the attacks. Cheney was heard muttering, “If he will believe that, he will believe that Saddam did it, too.”


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Everyone admires Vice President Cheney’s mint Halliburton jacket asking where can they snag one.


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High ranking NSA staff practice making phone calls to convince foreign allies that Iraq is involved in the attacks.


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Vice President Cheney makes the case for war with Iraq while National Security Advisor Rice tries to send herself into an altered reality where the connection between Iraq and 9/11 is at all feasible.


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White House Tailor Vittorio Battaglia, though frustrated that the President still has not finished his book and will not put it down, fits the President with his flight suit for the victory announcement.


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Vice President Cheney makes a dramatic case for the connection between 9/11 and Iraq, asking people if he reminds them of McNulty from The Wire.


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Special Advisor and buzz kill, Richard Clarke begs the room to come to their senses, interrupting a killer brainstorming sesh about what the Victory Banner should read when they are greeted as liberators by the Iraqi people.

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