Skip to comments.Susan Rice plays quiet but key role in Obama's second term
Posted on 05/31/2014 5:27:58 AM PDT by Oldeconomybuyer
Once seemingly destined to become secretary of state, Susan Rice now holds a lower profile job at the White House, juggling one global crisis after another for President Obama and trying to ensure that his broad list of foreign policy priorities doesn't fall by the wayside in the widening storm of problems overseas.
These days, Rice has been keeping a list of issues at risk of being ignored: A trade agreement with Asia-Pacific nations. Development projects in Africa. Protecting gay rights overseas.
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has there ever been such a crowd of incompetents gathered together at one place as we have in the WH at this time??
Susan Rice was the big promoter of “the video caused those deaths in Benghazi!”
I saw part of this interview. Suzie...put a sock in it.
Wow!! Making a list, and checking it twice. Obama's gonna learn how to be an executive, yet.
Susan Rice’s job is to LIE to Obama, something she is very qualified to do, telling him anything he wants to hear & nothing that would ruin his day. Why would you hire a known, public liar unless that is exactly what you wanted them to do?
“...rying to ensure that his broad list of foreign policy priorities doesn’t fall by the wayside...”
BS! He has no ‘broad list of foreign policy priorities’. He has only ONE; to diminish the US in the eyes of the world at any and every possible opportunity.
Sadly, he is succeeding, with this bimbo as his ‘advisor’ and confidant.
"I use my office to pump the resumes of victims and the underserved. "
"Make sure the press is on this---pretend you're advising me about Egypt."
"Thanks, Obama. I need the PR to cash in bigtime."
A quiet role? What does that mean, every time she says something they tell her to Shut Up?
Susan Rice still trying to find out where her office is
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