Against All Enemies Setting & Symbolism

Richard A. Clarke
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Situation Room, West Wing, White House, Washington, D.C.

It is from here that Richard Clarke teleconferenced with U.S. leaders in the immediate aftermath of the September 11th attacks. By 9:03 AM, Richard Clarke was in his car on his way to the White House. At 9:28 AM, General Myers reported that it was "not a pretty picture," that the closest fighter planes were 15 minutes away from Washington, D.C.

World Trade Center (WTC), Manhattan, New York

On February 26, 1993, less than 2 months after Clinton came to office, the WTC was truck bombed: the attack was later attributed to al Qaeda. On September 11, 2001, less than 8 months after G.W. Bush came to office, commercial airplanes were flown into it: At 8:02 AM local time, American Airlines Flight 11 took off from Boston's Logan Airport; at 8:16 AM, United Airlines Flight 175 took off from Logan; at 8:19 AM, American Airlines Flight 77 took off from Dulles...

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