Interview with George W. Bush about the tragedy of September 11, 2001, the National Geographic Channel - VIDEO
Europe, 08/28/2012 06:11 pm
An exclusive interview with George W. Bush, the first former president speak in detail and personal tragedy of September 11, 2001 about the U.S., will be released on September 5, the National Geographic Channel internationally, including in Romania .
In commemoration of the tenth anniversary of the tragedy of September 11 in the U.S., former President George W. Bush gives the most detailed interview about how he lived that fateful day. Interview-documentary "George W. Bush on September 11" will be broadcast premiere on National Geographic Channel on September 5. In Romania, the interview with George W. Bush will be seen on National Geographic Channel on September 5, at 22.00. Interview presents direct revelations of man headed the U.S. government when the worst terrorist attack was launched on American soil. In the interview recorded over two days, President George W. Bush confesses details about the personal experience terrible hours and days after the attacks. The documentary complements the President's personal story with videos shown to the public for the first and exclusive materials from George W. Bush Presidential Library. Until this interview, the former president has never discussed in front of the cameras what he thought or felt, that determined life and death decisions taken in the first minutes, hours, and days after the attacks. However, the most comprehensive interview on the subject, George W. Bush offers personal details about what had to face in a position of commander in chief in charge of protecting its citizens, but also the family concerned for the safety of loved ones. During the interview, former President George W. Bush reveals the personal experience of that day (September 11, 2001), from jogging in the morning session before a visit to a school where he learned the first time that the American nation is under attack. Viewers will find out what issues are weighed when Andrew Card whispered in the ear information about the attack on the twin towers in New York, the impact of its presence in a classroom full of students and journalists accredited to the White House, his first efforts to communicate with population, the Secret Service on security concerns on board Air Force One, the flow of information from the army, intelligence agencies and news sources and historical visit to Ground Zero in New York after the tragic events. "The air seemed ... a huge wound. But when I actually arrived at the tragedy, I felt that I went to hell," says George W. Bush on September 14, 2001 visit to Ground Zero. In the interview, President Bush expressed personal concerns that many Americans have tried that day - for parents, children and wife. "One of my concerns, as with many husbands and wives, was" my wife is right? Is Laura right? ». And the second concern was" our girls are ok? '"Says George W. Bush. A statement, incidentally, the day before the interview conducted by the National Geographic Channel with George W. Bush announcement that Americans have killed Osama bin Laden was made by the current president, Barack Obama. Thus, George W. Bush presented the interview and opinion on these events: "President Obama called me and told me that Osama bin Laden was killed. I congratulated both him and the agents specialists who have performed this task extremely dangerous ... And I was very grateful. I felt a great joy or happiness. I felt a concluding chapter .. And I experienced a feeling of gratitude because he had done right. " The statement, detailed interviews and observations of former U.S. president clarifies his personal journey in one of the most difficult moments of modern history of America. "It was not politics or projects in remembering what happened that day," said Peter Schnal, executive producer and director, who coordinated the interview two days. "What we are sent is the personal story of a man who happens to be when our president. Description of how he fought with the feeling of anger and frustration, coupled with its mission responsibility to lead the country when it suffered a devastating attack is extremely impressive, "said Peter Schnal. "Finally, on September 11 will be a calendar day as Pearl Harbor Day," concluded George W. Bush. "For us, we survived that day, will remain impossible to forget one day," Bush said in an interview. The documentary "George W. Bush: On September 11" opening week of the National Geographic Channel programs dedicated to commemorating the tragic day of September 11, 2001. Among other programs broadcast on television in this context include the documentaries "Seconds From Disaster: 11" (September 7, from 22:00), "September 11: The war continues" (September 8, starting at 22 : 00) and "September 11 and the American Dream" (September 9, from 22:00). "George W. Bush: On September 11" is produced by Partisan Pictures for National Geographic Channels. For Partisan Pictures, director / producer is Peter Schnall, the producer / writer is Don Cmapbell, editor Connie Rinehart, Whitney Johnson is coordinating producer, associate producer is Kyle Giddens. For National Geographic Channels International, Allan Butler is executive producer. Michael Cascio is senior vice president of Programs and Production Division. National Geographic Channels International (NGCI) is a company owned by National Geographic Television (NGT) and FOX Entertainment Group. NGCI supports National Geographic Society's commitment to explore, protect and educate through its six channels: National Geographic Channel, National Geographic Channel HD, Nat Geo Wild, Nat Geo Wild HD, Nat Geo Adventure and Nat Geo Music. Globally, National Geographic Channel (including NGC U.S. which is a joint venture of NGT and Fox Cable Networks Group) is available in 370 million homes in 188 countries in 37 languages.