Mayor Bloomberg and former Mayor Giuliani testify at 9/11 hearing

New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg (R-NY) appeared before the 9/11 Commission on the second day of hearings in the city.Bloomberg did not answer questions, but did read a statement indicating what changes have been made to the city's emergency response system since the September 11 attacks.He said his administration was intent to learn from the September 11 attacks to help better prepare New York City for possible future incidents. Bloomberg took office in January 2002, replacing Mayor Rudolph Giuliani. Giuliani also testified before the commission about the events of that day. He said it was time to stop playing the blame game. Giuliani said there is only one group responsible for the thousands of deaths; the terrorists.

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