That would be 93 percent of the country’s economic output. The War on Terror reduced funds for stimulus programs to boost the country out of the 2008 financial crisis. But they both continue to spend when they are in control of Congress.Fewer jobs were created, which meant less tax revenue and a further increase in debt.
He was the head of the al-Qaeda organization that launched the 9/11 attacks.
In its first year, Congress appropriated $29.3 billion in emergency funding for the war.
He added that Iraq's leader, Saddam Hussein, was aiding al-Qaeda operatives.
Congress appropriated $36.7 billion in emergency funding for the War in Iraq in its first year. By the end of Bush's two terms in office, the War on Terror cost $1.164 trillion.
That was added to increased spending for the Defense Department and Homeland Security.
President Obama spent 7 billion during his two terms. That brought the cost of the War on Terror to .126 trillion.September 11, changed the entire worlds attitude on airport security, and how important of a concern the nations airport security was and will continue to be.The terrorist attacks also showed the entire world how easily the old system was to manipulate, and how much improvement airports need before they can truly be considered secure.These two acts called for safer security by making it difficult for any weapons or sharp objects to be brought into the airport, or onto the airplane.These two acts accomplished security for weapons, but it was not until 1988 did airports have to start worrying about bombs being brought on planes through luggage and passengers.Prior to the terrorist attacks against the United States on September 11, 2001 security at the nations airports were not considered excellent, but for the most part did the job that was expected of them, making sure that people who boarded the planes did not have any weapons or that no bombs made it onto the airplane.It was also on this devastating day that the United States public took serious concern over the nation's airport security.On March 21, 2003, President Bush sent troops into Iraq.He said the Central Intelligence Agency had found weapons of mass destruction.On September 22, Bush signed into law billion in federal loans.The 9/11 attacks worsened the 2001 recession, which had begun in March 2001.