WASHINGTON (AFP) - The United States said Wednesday it was "speechless" after Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad voiced doubts about the accepted version of the September 11 I am not sure what you say about a statement like that. It leaves one speechless," said State Department spokesman Sean McCormack."It is just It is just misguided, misinformed rhetoric," McCormack said.
"I cannot tell whether or not it is something that he truly believes or if this is just an attempt to try to shake up public opinion in Iran or elsewhere," McCormack said.Earlier Wednesday, Ahmadinejad called the 9/11 attacks a "suspect event" in a speech at a public rally in the holy city of Qom."Four or five years ago a suspect event took place in New York," Ahmadinejad said,in an address carried live on state television."A building collapsed and they said that 3,000 people had been killed, whose names were never published."