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Former national security adviser and U.N. ambassador Susan Rice isn’t done talking about President Trump. And it seems President Trump isn’t done talking about her.
So of course, we’re eager to hear from her about what she thinks of the impeachment inquiry.
And as for a future political career?
She told a columnist at The Boston Globe that “I have not ruled out serving again in some capacity whether appointed or elected.”
We talk with Susan Rice about her memoir “Tough Love,” impeachment and her future plans.
Produced by Stacia Brown.
- Ambassador Susan Rice Former National Security Advisor; former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations; Distinguished Visiting Research Fellow at American University; author of 'Tough Love: My Story of the Things Worth Fighting For;' @AmbassadorRice
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