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Newly-released photos give a behind-the-scenes look at top U.S. officials in the hours after the September 11, 2001 attacks. These previously classified images, taken by Cheney's photographer, were released as part of a freedom of information act request, and show the mood and stress of the White House administration during a tragic event in American histroy.
Command partner and former White House Dep. Chief of Staff, Joseph Hagin, spoke to CNN about the mood and camaraderie of the officials during this time.
The stress was immense, it was very real and could have been debilitating... but people really rallied
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As Donald Trump campaigns for the Republican nomination for President, Trump vows to build a massive wall to keep out illegal Mexican migrants. “Building a wall is easy, and it can be done inexpensively,” he said Thursday in an interview with The Washington Post. “It’s not even a difficult project if you know what you’re doing. And no one knows what they’re doing like I do.” Even if such a barrier could be erected, experts and government officials agreed that making it impenetrable is virtually impossible, as is completely securing the entire 1,954-mile border.
Former senior U.S. Customs and Border Protection official, Thad Bingel says that a wall along much of the entire border may be theoretically possible but may not be desirable.
Is it desirable? At what cost, and what do you give up to pay for that?
Every wall can be circumvented. People can go under it, they can go over it. . . . no one should go into this with the idea that if you just build the right kind of wall, no one will get through.
To read the full article please go to: Washington Post