- The Washington Times - Saturday, March 12, 2005

Two lines were inadvertently omitted in the transcript of the interview with Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, conducted with editors and reporters at The Washington Times, as published yesterday. Miss Rice was asked whether she would be a candidate for president in 2008. The corrected transcript of the passage follows:

SECRETARY RICE: I’m going to try to be a really good secretary of state. I’m going to work really hard at it. I have enormous respect for people who do run for office. It’s really hard for me to imagine myself in that role.

QUESTION: So are you ruling it out?

QUESTION: Will you do a Sherman?

(Laughter.)

SECRETARY RICE: Oh, that’s not fair, but —

(Laughter.)

QUESTION: Newspapers aren’t fair.

SECRETARY RICE: The last thing I can — I really can’t imagine it.


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