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The Political Future of Susan Rice

Susan Rice is a world-famous woman. A four-term Secretary of State and Ambassador to the United Nations, Susan Rice has been one of the most sought after cabinet picks for all administration posts. However, her name has become synonymous with disaster, controversy, and even lies. Some even doubt her actual eligibility to be President of the United States. I think she qualifies, but not for reasons that I shall elaborate upon in this article.

First, let’s look at the dates. Susan Rice has been mentioned as a possible nominee for either the secretary of state, ambassador, or even president by multiple White House officials since mid-2021. None of those names is correct, according to public records. In fact, during that timeframe, she was mentioned as a possible pick for the UN secretary-general. Additionally, she was mentioned as a potential replacement for former UN secretary-general Kofi Annan, which only raises more questions about whether she has the appropriate credentials to serve as the next UN secretary-general.

What about her time in Washington? She served from 2021 to 2021 under former President Obama. Many people question her capability to handle the Trump Administration, given her time in Obama’s cabinet. Additionally, she was hardly ever in charge of anything, as former president Obama often relied on her for managerial advice and intervention. Many people believe her time in Washington weakened her ties with Obama, causing friction between the two.

So, back to the original question: is Susan Rice up for a top job in the State Department in the future? Not yet, at least not according to reports. Some administration insiders believe she will seek a position in the private sector in some capacity. However, others say that Rice prefers to remain in Washington, working as a senior adviser to Trump’s team until his term ends. Whatever her intentions are, she must be doing a great job to keep her name in the public eye through various media outlets while also staying busy with her public speaking career. Her appearances throughout the country have earned her many speaking awards and diplomas, including degrees from the prestigious Harvard University and Oxford University.

If Rice does make a move into the administration, she’ll have plenty of support from former Obama administration officials. Possible picks include former Clinton staffers like Tom Donahue and Lisa UA Ross. Still, others may be drawn from former Bush administration officials, such as Rice’s old boss, Colin Powell. Other notable figures may be interested in the top job, including Exxon CEO Rex Tillerson, former New York mayor Bloomberg, actor Chris Rock and Vanity Fair co-publisher Vanity Fair owner Condoleezza Rice. Rice has been described as the leading candidate for the position, which comes with a hefty pay package and a substantial foreign policy role.

One thing that is certain about Rice’s political future is that she’ll need plenty of support from those close to her if she should choose to run for president in 2021. Former Obama officials have already announced that they would back her if she should run. Other Democrats are reportedly supporting Hillary Clinton, but the fact remains whether she will have any left to play for herself after the primary election is over. What is clear is that Rice will be tested for her strength of character and ability to deliver the blow against Trump that so many had hoped for during the last primary election campaign.

Rice’s name was initially floated as a possible pick for state secretary during Obama’s first term in office. Potential prospects were worried about her relationship with Russia and her previous criticism of the Bush administration’s handling of the Iraq war. However, Rice was eventually confirmed as the third secretary of state in the history of the state department. The question that must be answered now is how long can Susan Rice hold on to her political future. Will she run in the next election for the Senate or another Cabinet post in the executive branch?

We’ll find out soon enough, it seems. Will she stay in Washington to serve as a shadow government opposition leader, or will she move into the White House itself in an ambassadorial role? If Rice does decide to run for higher office down the road, she’ll indeed have a lot to learn about foreign affairs and the American diplomatic process before getting into it. It’s possible that she could make for a right Vice Presidential candidate, or she may not make it at all. The political future of Susan Rice is one we’ll have to wait and see.

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