Thursday, September 07, 2006
Exclusive 'Still' From ABC's "Path To 9-11"
What follows - I am told by my sources - is the transcript of the dialogue between then President Bill Clinton and Secretary of State Madeline Albright that takes place in the hallway adjacent to the Oval Office:
"Still" from the ABC-TV Miniseries, "The Path To 9-11" depicting
President Clinton and Secretary of State Albright discussing terrorism.
Albright: Mister President we've just received another threatening communication from Osama Bin Laden.
Clinton: I don't care, I have to help Monica with her Bible studies.
Albright: I understand that, sir, but Sandy says this is very important.
Clinton: Look, Madeline, we need to bury this whole notion of terrorism. It's not good for my legacy. People don't want to hear about that. Besides, what's the worst that could happen? Another bombing at the World Trade Center? (Laughs).
Albright: You're right, Mister President. This is a foolish thing to concern ourselves over. What matters is furthering the Liberal Agenda and the continuous cover-up of all our scandals.
Clinton: And don't you ever, ever forget that!
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