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Topic - Susan Rice
Vice president Joseph Biden said that President Obama has put out the word that U.S. diplomats should press for more international acceptance of gay rights — and that's a good thing, given that support for the lesbian-gay-bisexual-transgender crowd was the pure mark of a "civilized" nation.
National Security Adviser Susan Rice on Friday clarified comments she made Sunday that Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl served the United States "with honor and distinction," saying that his decision to enlist in the Army was honorable.
There's something very odd going on these days at the White House. How else to explain the Bowe Bergdahl debacle?
Former Florida Rep. Allen West said during a chat with "The Capitol Hill Show with Tim Constantine" that the House should draw up articles of impeachment against President Obama over his handling of the Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl affair.
Perhaps President Obama's touted speaking skills are waning? Secretary of State John Kerry was caught taking a nap during the president's recent presser in Warsaw — and National Security Adviser Susan Rice wasn't exactly paying full attention, either.
Barack Obama seems determined to empty the prison at Guantanamo Bay five Islamic heroes at a time, if only he can find enough American prisoners of war to make the swaps.
Guest lineups for the Sunday TV news shows:
Once seemingly destined to become secretary of state, Susan Rice now holds a lower-profile job at the White House, juggling global crises for the president and trying to ensure his foreign policy priorities don't fall by the wayside in a storm of overseas problems.
National Security Adviser Susan Rice was unequivocal in her response to CNN's Wolf Blitzer, when he asked if Edward Snowden had been employed as a government spy for the CIA and NSA: No, she said.
Veteran Affairs Secretary Eric K. Shinseki cannot get a handle on the recent scandalous treatment of veterans in Veterans Affairs hospitals.
Sen. Lindsey Graham said National Security Adviser Susan Rice may wish otherwise, but her mantra about the Benghazi attacks stemming from an anti-Muslim video has "totally collapsed" and she ought to just admit it and even resign.
The White House responded to a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request filed by the fearless private watchdog group Judicial Watch and turned over an email about constructing the appropriate narrative response to the tragedy at Benghazi written by Ben Rhodes, a deputy national security adviser to President Obama.
The White House said Wednesday it withheld an email from Congress and the media regarding Susan Rice's infamous "talking points" about the terrorist attack in Benghazi because the memo did not deal directly with the attack.
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.
White House National Security Adviser Susan Rice said it's going to require a great deal more work in the "coming weeks and months."
"So, this is a positive trip with a positive agenda that underscores that the United States' commitment to this region is growing, and is a cornerstone of our global engagement and is going to be there for the long term," she said.