- WASHINGTON (Reuters) -- President
Bush would not commit on Sunday to being questioned by the commission investigating
the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks.
- "Perhaps, perhaps," Bush told NBC's "Meet
the Press" in an interview when asked if he would submit for questioning.
- The Sept. 11 commission interviewed Bush's national security
adviser, Condoleezza Rice, on Saturday. It met last weekend with her deputy,
- Bush reversed himself on Wednesday and asked Congress
to extend the commission's May 27 deadline by 60 days.
- If Congress approves the extension, the panel, formally
known as the National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States,
said it would release its public, unclassified final report no later than
July 26 and wrap up the rest of its business by Aug. 25.
- The panel said it needed the extra 60 days to complete
hundreds of interviews and review millions of documents.
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