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'''Susan E. Rice''' (b. November 17, 1964) is a liberal politician. She worked as United States Ambassador to the United Nations. In the tenue of [[Bill Clinton]] she was the Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs. Rice was often critized for her description of the [[Benghazi Attack]] as "spontaneous protest". In July 2013 [[Barack Hussein Obama]] named Rice as national security adviser.<ref>http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2013/06/05/susan-rice-to-replace-donilon-as-national-security-adviser/</ref>
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'''Susan E. Rice''' (b. November 17, 1964) is a liberal politician. She worked as United States Ambassador to the United Nations. In [[Clinton administration]] she was the Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs. Rice was often criticized for her description of the [[Benghazi Attack]] as a "spontaneous protest". In July 2013 [[Barack Hussein Obama]] named Rice as [[national security adviser]].<ref>http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2013/06/05/susan-rice-to-replace-donilon-as-national-security-adviser/</ref>
 
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Revision as of 13:35, 9 June 2013

Susan E. Rice
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Party Democrat
Spouse(s) Ian Cameron

Susan E. Rice (b. November 17, 1964) is a liberal politician. She worked as United States Ambassador to the United Nations. In Clinton administration she was the Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs. Rice was often criticized for her description of the Benghazi Attack as a "spontaneous protest". In July 2013 Barack Hussein Obama named Rice as national security adviser.[1]

References

  1. http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2013/06/05/susan-rice-to-replace-donilon-as-national-security-adviser/