G.W. Bush Library Releases Never-Before-Seen Images Of Former President Bush At Ground Zero

G.W. Bush Library Releases Never-Before-Seen Images Of Former President Bush At Ground Zero


The George W. Bush library has released never-before-seen images of the president after the September 11 attacks at Ground Zero in New York surrounded by first responders.

“Previously unreleased photo, opened through the Freedom of Information Act (#FOIA): President George W. Bush visits Ground Zero at the World Trade Center site and greets firefighters, police, and rescue personnel, 9/14/2001,” a tweet read Monday from the GWB Library. (RELATED: Trump Awards Presidential Citizens Medal To September 11 Hero Rick Rescorla)

The photo is credited to be taken by photographer “Paul Morse.#NeverForget #911 #Honor911.” the post concluded.

Previously unreleased photo, opened through the Freedom of Information Act (#FOIA):

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President George W. Bush visits Ground Zero at the World Trade Center site and greets firefighters, police, and rescue personnel, 9/14/2001. Photo by Paul Morse.#NeverForget #911 #Honor911 pic.twitter.com/BLlM4m4GTm

— GeorgeWBush Library (@GWBLibrary) September 14, 2020

In the photo, we see Bush embracing firefighters and other rescue personnel while he grabs hold of another worker’s hands following the terrorist attacks.

“President Bush visits the site of the World Trade Center disaster, 9/14/2001,” a second post read. “Photo by Paul Morse. #NeverForget #911 #Honor911.”

Previously unreleased photo, opened through the

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