Oh you can bet that Susan Rice has a huge enemy now in Michelle. We all know how fiercely she protects her husband from whatever comes, the truth, or from bad news or other. She desperately want to protect his legacy. Sad for her, it’s very close to being forever known as a total failure.
World News Politics informed:
History will judge, not us living through the horrors of Obama’s two terms. But some things are so obvious, so true, that history doesn’t have to wait for a final verdict.
Which brings us to Barack Obama and what he didn’t do in North Korea.
To be fair to the bumbler Obama, George Bush and Bill Clinton also took the coward’s route and kicked the can down the road.
Rather than confront the growing menace in North Korea before it became a worldwide threat, they chose to stick their goddamn heads in the sand.
Trump will clean up this mess, like he will have to do all of Obama’s blunders. It’s not fair and he will get some of the blame when it should all be on Obama.
But not on North Korea. Because former President Barack Obama’s National Security Advisor Susan Rice finally told the truth about her former boss.
And it’s brutal and he won’t recover from it.
Sorry Michele your husband is a failure, a total flop and that isn’t me telling you, Susan Rice is telling you this.
Rice finally admitted that over the course of Obama’s two terms in office, his administration failed to stop the communist North Korea from their nuke escalation.
“You can call it a failure,” Rice told CNN. “I accept that characterization of the efforts of the United States over the last two decades.”
Finally the truth comes from the mouth of a Democrat. According to The Washington Examiner Rice added,
“The fact of the matter is, that despite all of those efforts, the North Korean regime has been able to succeed in progressing with its program, both nuclear and missile,” Rice said. “That’s a very unfortunate outcome. But we are where we are.”
“And we now need to decide how to proceed,” Rice said.
“History shows that we can, if we must, tolerate nuclear weapons in North Korea — the same way we tolerated the far greater threat of thousands of Soviet nuclear weapons during the Cold War,” Rice wrote. “It will require being pragmatic.”