White House Cut Counterterrorism Funds After 9/11

In the early days after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks, the Bush White House cut by nearly two-thirds an emergency request for counterterrorism funds by the FBI, an internal administration budget document obtained by the Washington Post shows. The document, dated Oct. 12, 2001, shows that the FBI requested $1.5 billion in additional funds to
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