The day before the September 11th attacks in 2001, former President Bill Clinton allegedly ruminated about passing on a chance to kill terrorist leader Osama bin Laden, due to the collateral damage the strike would have caused. Clinton reportedly made the comments on September 10th, 2001, just ten hours before the first plane struck the
"Ten hours before the first plane hit the World Trade Center in New York City on September 11, 2001, Bill Clinton allegedly told a group of businessmen in Australia that he had a chance to kill Osama Bin Laden, but passed because itShow More Summary
Washington (CNN) - Bill Clinton, just hours before planes crashed into the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001, reportedly told an audience in Australia that he almost killed Osama bin Laden during his presidency. Speaking to a group of businessmen in Australia on September 10, 2001, according to audio aired by SkyNews Australia on […]
Former President Bill Clinton reportedly told a group of Australian businessmen 10 hours before the Sept. 11, 2001 terror attacks that he could have killed Osama Bin Laden. Sky News Australia claimed that only 10 hours before the first...Show More Summary
Sky News has released audio allegedly from September 10, 2001, of former president Bill Clinton speaking to a group of about 30 businessmen in Melbourne, Australia. If true the audio was recored only hours before the September 11, 2001...Show More Summary
(John Hinderaker) An extraordinary historical nugget has been unearthed in Australia. In September 2001, Bill Clinton was in that country. Only hours before the terrorists struck the World Trade Center, Clinton was talking to a group in Melbourne. Show More Summary
The Five co-host Eric Bolling was absolutely fired up about the leaked audio of Bill Clinton talking on September 10th, 2001 about why he didn't take out Osama bin Laden when he had the shot. Bolling was joined in his outrage by absolutely no one. Show More Summary
Post by Ericka Sóuter. Politicians have made some surprising admissions over the years, but perhaps none will startle Americans as much as the recent revelation about President Bill Clinton. Today, reports surfaced that just 10 hours...Show More Summary
Former President Bill Clinton reportedly told a group of Australian businessmen just hours before the Sept., 11, 2001 terror attacks that he could have killed Osama bin Laden, according to a new bombshell revelation by an Australian media outlet.
It turns out that Bill Clinton had Osama bin Laden on his mind mere hours before al Qaeda attacked the World Trade Center and the Pentagon. Speaking to a group of Australian businessmen on Sept. 10, 2001, Clinton said he once had the opportunity to kill bin Laden, but decided not to because it would have led to the deaths of innocent civilians. Show More Summary
Palantir Technologies, the big-data company whose software reportedly helped find Osama bin Laden, has acquired a 2-year-old social media marketing startup. Palantir acquired Poptip, a company that helps major brands analyze data from...Show More Summary
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Star, a tentacle of tabloid kraken American Media, Inc., has a special "Who Shot JFK Jr.!" issue out. (No question mark!) Their answer: "Muslim terror kingpin Osama bin Laden." Or the Mob. Also, LBJ killed JFK, they report. It is a breathless corroboration of the far Right's favorite JFK conspiracy phantasies. Read more...
North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un is reportedly furious about a Chinese viral video that photoshops him into all manner of ridiculous scenarios: dancing, brawling, riding a pig, frolicking with Osama Bin Laden, and generally being made a laughingstock by Obama and Putin. Read more...
New WSJ piece argues that dying Gazans are not truly innocent civilians. Its argument will sound eerily familiar
The Clinton Library released the latest round of documents Friday, its six release of previously undisclosed materials. Here are some of the highlights, with links to fuller items.
Then-President Bill Clinton in April 1999 expressed concern that the Central Intelligence Agency might have exaggerated the case for capturing Osama bin Laden.
Latest Clinton White House records reveal new details on bin Laden, Haiti and the Supreme Court.
Clinton asked for more information on Osama bin Laden in 1998, according to new records.