On 20th anniversary, Biden finds closing the book on 9/11 fraught with perils and uncertainty

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from The Washington Post,

Joe Biden was sitting on a park bench outside the U.S. Capitol, as helpless in the moment as the rest of the nation. He had just arrived on an Amtrak train, the twin towers smoldering and a violent fire raging at the Pentagon — and his demands to enter the Capitol denied by security guards fearing a fourth plane was heading toward the building.

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