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Witness to history: President’s photographer during 9/11 

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Eric Draper was the White House photographer for President George W. Bush during 9/11 and the tense, dramatic days that followed. Draper now lives in Albuquerque and spoke exclusively with NBC’s Tom Joles about the pictures he took then and what he witnessed.