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Andrew Card, George W. Bush’s chief of staff on Sept. 11, 2001, tells TODAY’s Lester Holt that the president reacted appropriately by not visibly reacting when Card whispered “America is under attack” in Bush’s ear at an elementary school event in Florida on 9/11.