As Afghanistan fell to the Taliban this week, Apple TV+ has released a Documentary titled "9/11: Inside the President's War Room" Today
America's departure from Afghanistan this week was a national disgrace and an administration debacle of the highest order leaving behind U.S. citizens and billions of dollars worth of military equipment for the enemy. Yesterday the Taliban held a mock funeral, as noted in the photo below, for U.S. U.K, France and NATO as they celebrated their victory.
With the 20th anniversary of 9/11 fast approaching, America's disgraceful exit from Afghanistan will make this a tougher moment for the country and the families who lost loved ones in the battle to free Afghanistan from terrorists and and suppressive regime.
In this dark hour in history, Apple TV+ introduced a documentary today titled "9/11: Inside the President's War Room." The new documentary special tells the story of 9/11 through the eyes of the presidency by gaining unprecedented access to the key decision makers who responded for the nation. Brought to audiences by Apple and the BBC, the documentary will make its global debut on Apple TV+ and BBC One this September, marking the 20th anniversary of the attack.
The documentary recounts the 12 hours after the strike on that momentous day, offering rare and unique insight into the dilemmas of decision-making against the clock, as those involved provide intimate, revealing and heartfelt details for the first time.
The documentary special will feature never-before-heard testimony with President George W. Bush, Vice President Dick Cheney, Condoleezza Rice (national security advisor), Colin Powell (secretary of state), Andy Card (chief of staff), Dan Bartlett (director of communications), Rear Admiral Deborah Loewer (head of Situation Room), Josh Bolten (deputy chief of staff), Ari Fleischer (press secretary), Karl Rove (senior advisor to the president), Mary Matalin (advisor to Cheney), Karen Hughes (special advisor to the president), Mike Morrell (CIA briefer), Ted Olson (solicitor general), Colonel Mark Tillman (Air Force One pilot), David Wilkinson and Tony Zotto (Secret Service). It will also feature nearly 200 never previously published photographs, as photographers followed every move of Bush and Cheney that day, as well as filmed archive.
The documentary hails from an award-winning team including Grierson and Royal Television Society Award-winning director Adam Wishart, Emmy Award-winning creative producer Simon Finch and BAFTA Award-winning executive producer Neil Grant. Head of production is Serena Kennedy.
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