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Monday, November 19, 2012

House Republicans Formally Oppose Potential Cabinet Nomination for Rice

Nearly 100 House members have told President Obama they would oppose his nomination of Ambassador Susan Rice as the next secretary of State, saying her “misleading statements” following the fatal attacks on  U.S. outposts in Libya have caused “irreparable damage to her credibility.”
The 97 House Republicans informed the president in one-page letter Monday.
Rice, the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, said in TV interviews five days after the fatal Sept. 11 attacks in Benghazi, Libya, that the strikes were “spontaneous” and sparked by outrage over an anti-Islamic video.
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2 comments:

Anonymous said...

another smoke screen.it'll be kerry unless he wants to keep his cushy senate seat.

Anonymous said...

Kerry would be great. A liar with a shady past, besides I'm sure the pickin's are slim. No one is beating the door down to get involved with this keystone cops admin. They only have sloppy seconds to pick from.
Rice would be good. She's already proved she's a dumb broad. She obeys on demand and can lie at the drop of a hat.