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Marco Rubio Says Bill Clinton Allowed Al Qaeda to Grow Which Caused The World Trade Center to be Targeted

On Sunday, presidential candidate Marco Rubio was interviewed on NBC's "Meet the Press." There, he reiterated a statement he made at Saturday's Republican presidential debate regarding the World Trade Center coming down on 9/11.

He said, "I believe that if Osama bin Laden had been killed, al Qaeda as an organization would not have grown to the point where it have conducted 9/11. And my argument was, no, the responsibility of 9/11 falls on the fact that al Qaeda was allowed to grow and prosper and the decision was not made to take out the leader when the chance existed to do so." He was referring to his argument that former President Bill Clinton didn’t kill Osama bin Laden when he the chance.

Rubio said that Clinton has stated that he regrets his decision not to take out Bin Laden.

Rubio added, "Had bin Laden been taken out, it is doubtful that 9/11 would have happened, at least on September 11th of 2001, because al Qaeda would not have been in the position to be able to carry something like that out. This is what happens when you have a chance to take out the leader of a terrorist organization, and you failed to do so. And the results are something like 9/11."

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