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Topic - Susan Rice
White House officials said Friday that Russia's ongoing military incursion into Ukraine has prompted a fundamental reassessment of the U.S. relationship with Moscow.
Susan Rice, national security adviser to President Barack Obama, said on Friday that the administration still believes there is a diplomatic solution to the crisis in Ukraine as Russian troops mobilized along the country’s entire eastern border.
There is an increasingly intolerant element of our society that is attempting to deny Americans their First Amendment right to "offend" the sensibilities of Muslims.
The White House says President Barack Obama has asked National Security Adviser Susan Rice to travel to Israel in May. Her visit comes after bilateral talks this week between Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Obama. Rice would lead the U.S. delegation to the U.S.-Israel Consultative Group.
National Security Adviser Susan Rice appeared on NBC's "Meet the Press" on Sunday and said that when she had appeared on several news outlets back in September 2012 to state that the attack on an American diplomatic installation in Benghazi was a "spontaneous reaction" to an American-made film.
National security adviser Susan Rice has emerged as one of the biggest figures of deception of the Obama administration, billionaire businessman Donald Trump said Monday on Fox News.
Russian President Vladimir Putin received a couple of blunt warnings from U.S. policymakers Sunday over his involvement in the protest-wracked Ukraine.
National Security Adviser Susan Rice insisted Sunday she used "the best information we had at the time" when she described the deadly Benghazi attack as a spontaneous protest in 2012 — but Sen. John McCain wasn't buying it.
Susan Rice — the national security adviser who rocked headlines by repeating the White House message that Benghazi's fatal terror attack was started by an anti-Muslim video — has now jumped to the administration's defense once again.
One bad thing about our media-mad age is that it's difficult to keep up with all the lies we're being told by our government. The good news is that falsehoods don't have the legs they once had.
The White House issued President Hamid Karzai an ultimatum Monday night, telling him that all U.S. troops will exit Afghanistan in 2014 if he doesn’t sign on to the newly drawn security pact.
With House and Senate votes looming, the Obama administration on Monday began to make its closing arguments in favor of military action against Syrian President Bashar Assad's regime.
Sen. Rand Paul suspects the U.S. was secretly running guns through the consulate in Benghazi to arm Syrian rebels. He wants answers related to the terrorist attack that killed four Americans, including Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens.
Sarah Palin said the United States is "so screwed" by President Obama's picks of Susan Rice to head national security and Samantha Power as ambassador to the United Nations.
Democrats rallied behind President Barack Obama in the long-running, bitter dispute over the administration's handling of the Benghazi attack, arguing that the White House's latest email disclosure undermines Republican claims of a cover-up.
"We have been talking with them about the importance of a strong international front to uphold principles that they and we all hold dear, the sovereignty and territorial integrity of nations, the need for peaceful resolution of disputes," said Susan Rice, Obama's national security adviser. "And we will continue to have that discussion throughout each of the stops on our trip."
Rice said, adding that the region also includes several important U.S. allies, developing democracies and emerging powers.