MSNBC To Mark 9/11 Anniversary With Reflections From … Samuel L. Jackson?

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MSNBC MARKS THE FIFTH ANNIVERSARY OF SEPTEMBER 11TH WITH “9/11: THE DAY THAT CHANGED AMERICA,” HOSTED BY CHRIS MATTHEWS

Former Secretary Of State Colin Powell, Senator Hillary Clinton, Top Presidential Adviser Karen Hughes, Former Chairman Of The Joint Chiefs, General Richard Myers (USAF Ret.), N.Y. Attorney General Eliot Spitzer, Former N.Y.C. Police Commissioner Bernard Kerik, Actor Samuel L. Jackson And Others Reflect On Where They Were On 9/11

SECAUCUS, NJ — August 23, 2006 — Marking the fifth anniversary of the September 11th attacks, Chris Matthews hosts “9/11: The Day That Changed America,” an MSNBC Living History Event, on Monday, September 11 at 10 p.m. (ET). In this one-hour special, Matthews asks an impressive cast of Americans about the moment when they heard the terrible news and how they think life has changed because of the attacks. For all of them, it was a defining moment for the country, like the assassination of President Kennedy or the attack on Pearl Harbor.

Because, naturally, Americans need to hear where the star of Snakes On A Plane was when real planes were used to attack America.

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