Bush 'Deeply Concerned' After Boston Attacks

George W. Bush tells Diane Sawyer he worried about a possible organized terrorist plot.
3:00 | 04/24/13

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Mr. President I would do want to get right -- news this week share for so many Americans that terrorism Boston and a many people wondered if it took you right back to nine elevenths. Well first. You know I was deeply concerned. That. There might have been any. Organized. Plot. I don't know the facts I don't think we don't know all the facts but I was deeply concerned that this could have been. You know another case. Organized. Highly organized attack on the country and it still may be yet again I don't know the facts but I do know. That is really hard to protect the homeland and many in the the those who want to do harm only have to be right one time. And we have to be -- 100% of the time. Secondly. Was. Extraordinarily pleased with the response from the local authorities. -- -- of the federal authorities. Did really good job of finding. At least two guys involved. And I of course you know if you are whether it be that or the explosion west Texas and in. It did Harken back to days where you will you become the comforter in chief energy trying to help heal souls that there are.

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