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Bush was briefed before he left the Colony Beach Resort for the Emma E. Booker Elementary School.

from Bill Sammon FIGHTING BACK

For the next hour Bush met with a stream of advisors in his penthouse suite.

He received his usual CIA briefing, although he would have to wait until the next day to receive a special briefing that his staff had just completed on how to dismantle the al Qaeda terrorist network headed by Osama bin-Laden in Afghanistan.

As he prepared for his education speech in the penthouse suite, Bush also received informal updates on overnight political developments.

He was given a thick sheaf of articles, columns, and editorials that had been reprinted from the morning newspapers, including the Washington Times, the Los Angeles Times, USA Today, and the Washington Post.
from Revealed: what really went on during Bush's 'missing hours'
By William Langley
(Filed: 16/12/2001)

On his return to the Colony, the President showered, changed into a lightweight, dark blue suit, and, still glowing from the morning's exertion, sat down for the first routine intelligence briefing of the day. It was 8am.

Fourteen hundred miles away, American Airlines Flight 11 was taking off from Boston's Logan International Airport bound for Los Angeles, with 81 passengers and 11 crew aboard. It would be followed 14 minutes later by the departure, from the same airport, of United Airlines Flight 175, also LA-bound, with 56 passengers and nine crew.

The President's briefing appears to have included some reference to the heightened terrorist risk reported throughout the summer, but contained nothing specific, severe or imminent enough to necessitate a call to Condoleezza Rice, his 47-year-old National Security Adviser who, at the same moment, was travelling through the rush hour traffic from her home in north-west Washington to her office at the White House.