President Obama promised 9/11 family members he would declassify the 28 pages. It’s time for Americans to hold him to that pledge so we can all have a better understanding of foreign government ties to the attack. You can call or write.
Call the White House at 202-456-1111 (9 to 5 Eastern, Monday to Friday)
White House phone staffers just need to capture why you’re calling—there’s no need for an elaborate speech. You can simply say:
I’m calling to urge the president to completely declassify 28 pages on foreign government support of the 9/11 hijackers contained in the report of the 2002 joint congressional inquiry.
Hearing impaired? Call 202-456-6213 for TTY/TTD.
Write to the President: Two Options
- Use the online form at WhiteHouse.gov. Don’t forget to include your mailing address or email address.
- Send our ready-to-print letter—just print it, fill in a few lines, sign and mail it.
The online form is much faster. If you’d like, you can cut and paste this sentence, or write your own:
I’m writing to urge President Obama to honor the promise he made to 9/11 families and declassify the 28 pages on foreign government support of the September 11 hijackers found in the report of the 2002 joint congressional inquiry.