Rice was diplomatically kind in speaking of the current president, saying, "We have a different kind of president". When you are credible about Syria, by having made that strike.it got the Chinese's attention.
When asked if she personally liked the president, Rice said: "I did like him".
"Enough! Donald Trump should not be President", Rice said then on her Facebook account. Now, I can tell you that I was with him on many occasions and one particular occasion we went into a room to discuss and his people are sitting on one sofa. She said that technological advancements have enabled him to do it more efficiently, but that it's important to remember Putin has been at this for a while now.
As a former national security advisor, Rice said that it is typical for those coming into that role to talk to other key diplomats and leaders, but that you never take it where Flynn did. "At a time of our choosing, we will find a way to punish that behavior, '" said the former Secretary of State on how she would have handled the situation.
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Rice, who has interspersed periods in public service with academic posts, suggested Trump, a NY real estate magnate, may see foreign policy more in terms of striking deals than finding common interests.
"And so they're trying to change the Chinese calculus". That's just a step that I don't think we should take.
Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice appeared on "Fox & Friends" this morning (May 8) and criticized the recent tearing down of monuments devoted to famous men who owned slaves, preferring instead that the figures remain as a constant reminder of the nation's horrific past.
As for the results of the election, Ms. Rice said there's a reason Mr. Trump won that has nothing to do with Russian Federation. When it comes to whether she think it nullifies the election, she said she trusts voters to make their own decisions.