Bush: No sense of happiness after bin Laden death
Former President George W. Bush felt no sense of happiness after he got word that, 9/11 mastermind, Osama bin Laden had been killed.
Documentarian Peter Schnall told CNN that Bush was sitting in a restaurant in Dallas when the Secret Service told him that President Barack Obama wanted to speak to him.
Bush "said to us certainly there was no sense of jubilation (and) certainly no sense of happiness," Schnall stressed. "If anything, he felt that finally there was a sense of closure."
The details of how President Bush came to find out about bin Laden's death are detailed in an interview with Bush in Schnall's documentary "George W. Bush: The 9/11 Interview," scheduled to air on National Geographic as part of its 10-year anniversary coverage of the 9/11 attacks.
"We could see in the interview that the president was very taken by the events of that day," Schnall told CNN. "He was very emotional."