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Kris Jenner furious over 9/11 row

2012-09-13 20:21
Kris Jenner
Los Angeles - Kris Jenner is furious to have been caught up in a 9/11 row.

The Today Show chose to air an interview where the reality TV star spoke about her breast implants rather than holding a moment of silence in remembrance of those who died in the terrorist attacks on New York's twin towers in 2001 and Kris is angry that she is being linked to the widely blasted decision.

A source told RadarOnline: "Kris is a big supporter of the troops and she's very upset about this. She had absolutely nothing to do with the decision to skip the national moment of silence on 9/11 and suddenly she's in the middle of it and it's her face being shown on TV while it's being discussed.

"She isn't saying so publicly but she is furious. She's angry the show put her in this position."

The friend revealed Kris had no idea her interview was taking place during the national moment of silence and blames the TV studio NBC for not warning her.

The insider added: ''She had no idea that she was speaking during the moment of silence. "

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