By Rich Zeoli

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — North Carolina Congressman Walter Jones talked with Rich Zeoli on Talk Radio 1210 WPHT about a renewed effort in Congress to convince the Obama administration to release 28 pages of the 9/11 report that are currently redacted.

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Jones stated none of the information being kept secret by the government would jeopardize the security of the United States.

“We have read the information and I can’t go into any detail, but I will tell you this much … there’s nothing about national security, nothing at all in this report. I don’t why the Bush administration, that is the administration that determined that the 28 pages should be classified, and of course, if you think about the relationship’s the Bushes had with the Saudis and I’m not trying to imply anything, but I think that President Obama has promised twice to the families in two different situations that he would de-classify this information. That’s why we’re going to continue to push to give the families what they would like to have, a little bit of peace.”

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He did reveal the nature of the withheld information and reiterated the he feels Americans deserve to see it.

“They are relationships and those relationships, some of the relationships, had supported the 9/11 attackers and yet, the whole thing is, the American people, if we don’t let the American people know the truth about one of the saddest days in America’s history, then I don’t know what our government is all about.”

Jones, a Republican, said he is not concerned whether or not the content of those 28 pages portrays negatively on President George W. Bush or members of his administration that pushed to keep them held as secrets.

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“That’s up to the holder of the information after they have a chance to read it. I will say that I do not understand why the Bush administration chose these 28 pages unless they thought there was something in those pages that would be embarrassing…I would just say that it explains and gives us information about relationships.”