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- Porter Goss led the 9/11 Commission, then CIA Director
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- After George Tenet resigned, Porter Goss became George W. Bush’s CIA Director, September 22, 2004 – May 5, 2006, replaced by Michael Hayden.
Wikipedia “In August 2001 Goss, Senator Bob Graham (D–FL), and Senator Jon Kyl (R–AZ) visited Islamabad, Pakistan. Meetings were held with President Pervez Musharraf and with Pakistan’s military and intelligence officials including the head of Pakistan’s Inter Services Intelligence (ISI) General Mahmud Ahmed, as well as with the Afghan ambassador to Pakistan, Abdul Salam Zaeef. On the morning of September 11, 2001, Goss and Graham were having breakfast with General Ahmad. Ahmad’s network had ties to Osama bin Laden and directly funded, supported, and trained the Taliban. They met with Musharraf and Zaeef on the 27th. As reported by Agence France Presseon August 28, 2001, Zaeef assured the US delegation that the Taliban would never allow bin Laden to use Afghanistan to launch attacks on the US or any other country. Goss fully defended the CIA and the Bush administration. With the White House and Sen. Graham, his counterpart in the Senate Intelligence Committee, Goss rebuffed calls for an inquiry in the weeks immediately following September 11.
After growing pressure, Congress established the Joint Inquiry into Intelligence Community Activities before and after the Terrorist Attacks of September 11, 2001, a joint inquiry of the two intelligence committees, led by Graham and Goss. Goss and Graham made it clear that their goal was not to identify specific wrongdoing: Graham said the inquiry would not play “the blame game about what went wrong from an intelligence perspective”, and Goss said, “This is not a who-shall-we-hang type of investigation. It is about where are the gaps in America’s defense and what do we do about it type of investigation.”“