Chicago (US), Nov. 12 (ANI): Former U.S. President George W. Bush expressed his concerns that the 9/11 terror attacks could become a distant memory, while promoting his memoir here on Thursday, according to Chicago Tribune.
Bush worried that the September 11th," a scar of heart" will become a distant memory, just like the Pearl Harbor day.
He also reminded Chicagoans that they should not forget that the Sear Tower in Chicago, now known as the Willis Tower was also on the list of possible targets for the 9/11 hijackers.
The ex-president, who had kept a low profile since leaving office, has been on a book tour to promote his book, "Decision Points," which hit store shelves Tuesday.
Bush defended his legacy and decisions by going through various flash points of his presidency in his memoir.
Bush summarized in the book that his most meaningful accomplishments as president was "America went seven and a half years without another successful terrorist attack on our soil." (ANI)