Al Haig didn't actually take office; he was "in control" only while waiting for George H.W. Bush to get to the White House. Even after the V.P., the Speaker of the House and the President pro tempore of the Senate would have been next in succession before the Sec. of State.
I was a supervisor at a shop in Chicago. When I was walking up to unlock the door and let everybody in, one of my employees was on his cell phone. He hung up and told me that a plane had hit the WTC; we ran inside and turned on a TV. We only had some crappy rabbit-ears antennae, so our reception was awful. ABC came in the best, but the image was still a little warped. I remember when the 1st tower fell, we thought it was camera movement or the reception going out again. After the shock went away, I too thought the skyline would look strange with just one tower.
There was a hotel next door that had all of their events cancelled, and they were letting all of their neighbors come in and eat a catered lunch. There were hundreds of us in a hotel banquet room, huddled in small groups and talking quietly. I think we tried to work a few hours in the afternoon, but went home early.
I didn't realize how affected I am still by 9/11 until I saw the RNC video last week, and started crying.
Well, it's true. I've been evil and corrupt since I moved to Chicago. I'm even more evil and corrupt when I sit in the bleachers of Wrigley Field, a place where it is apparently impossible for the Cubs to lose!!!
The mistake you are making is thinking that the Michigan election results were valid. One of the first things the RBC did was find the Michigan primary results flawed and invalid. It was a flawed election. Period. There was no "stealing of delegates". Clinton's Michigan delegates were just as uncommitted as Obama's at that point.