In retrospect, the first World Trade Center attack in February 1993 looks like an unheeded warning and the foreign policy of the Clinton administration an excursion into dreamland. Richard Miniter’s new book Losing bin Laden: How Bill Clinton’s Failures Unleashed Global Terror explores the evidence on these points; we linked to four excerpts from the book that the Washington Times ran during the first week of this month. Today OpinionJournal runs a generous excerpt from the book that takes us inside the White House on the day of the first World Trade Center attack: “An unheeded warning.”
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