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Former National Security Advisor Sandy Berger talks with Diane about the 9/11 commission and its upcoming hearing with his successor, Condoleezza Rice. They’ll also talk about how the Clinton administration dealt with the terrorist threat, joined by former U.N. Ambassador Ken Adelman.
- Sandy Berger chair of Stonebridge International and former National Security Advisor during the Clinton administration
- Ken Adelman former director of the U.S. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency and former U.N. Ambassador
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