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Actor Mark Wahlberg Apologizes For 9/11 Flight Comments
Mark Wahlberg has starred in several action films. Now he’s taking back his comments regarding some actions he claims he would have taken to stop a hijacked plane from crashing on 9/11.
FOX News Radio’s Sabrina Sabbagh reports:
Mark Wahlberg is apologizing for suggesting he could have prevented one of the attacks on 9/11 and landed the flight safely. He was originally booked on flight 11, the flight that hit the World Trade Center and when asked about it in ‘Men’s Journal’ he said, had he not changed his travel plans, things would have been different. Now though he’s taking back those comments, following criticism from family members of people on that flight. The actor says it was ridiculous to have speculated about the situation in the first place.
Sabrina Sabbagh, FOX News Radio.