Ironically or not, I [Thomas Friedman] was actually in Tel Aviv. I had gone to Israel to report on the Intifada. And I was at Tel Aviv University, interviewing the president. And I had a regular driver who'd been with me there for many years. And I came out of the meeting. And the driver said that a plane had hit the World Trade Center. Listen to New York Times columnist, Thomas Friedman look back on foreign policy after 9/11. Rachel Martin of NPR interviews him fifteen years after the dreadful day.